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No. 1489, Kuaana
The Land Claim of Kuaana at Moanalua, No. 2
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby petition for my land claim at Moanalua. I have two lo`i which are not situated together in one place. One of my lo`i in the mo`o of Kaeha, and the second is in the mo`o of Kapahi. Their boundaries are described separately. The first lo`i in the mo`o of Kaeha is bounded on the north by a lo`i of J.H. Kaehu, on the east by the lo`i of Kaeha, on the south by the lo` ....
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1. 1 taro patch Makai where on the:
Mauka side is a ditch and Pepehu's lot
2. 1 taro patch at Inaikolea where:
Mauka and Honolulu, Kane
Kuaana's place is from me given in the year 1840 because I was the konohiki at that time and Kealoha is the konohiki now; no one had objected to him, it was very peaceful.
[Award 1489; R.P. 344; Inaikolea Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .17 Ac.]