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No. 1754, L. Kalama
Land Claim of L. Kalama at Waianae, in District 2 and a claim inMoanalua.
Land Claim at Waianae. To you, the Land Commissioners, I petition for my claim for land. There are eleven of my lo`i in the `ili of Kamaile 2 in Waianae. They are situated variously in different places but however in this one `ili. It is bounded on the north by the pali, on the east by the kula of Kahunanaaniho, on the south by the limestone kula, on the west by the mo`o of Lae.
Land Claim at Moanalua. There are six of my lo`i in the `ili of Awa-awaloa, two taro lo`i in the `ill of Pahao, five lo`i and the one house lot in the `ill of Pohaha.
The six lo`i in the `ili of Awaawaloa. These lo`is are situated in various places and their boundaries are described separately.
Two lo`i are together with the irrigation ditch of Pumali, bounded on the north by the irrigation ditch of Pumali, on the east by the ....
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Mauka by a precipice
Honolulu by Nahaku
Makai by Ulualoha
Ewa by a stream.
[No.] 2. 2 taro patches at Pahao:
Mauka by Keaka
Honolulu by Kekua
Makai by a ditch
Ewa by Kawaihae.
[No.] 3. 6 taro patches at Awaawaloa
Mauka by Kahuakailoa
Honolulu by a stream
Makai by Kaawa
Ewa by Pumale.
[No.] 4. 8 taro patches at Kamaile in Waianae
Mauka by Kahalehili
Ewa by a pasture
Makai by lava land
Waialua by Kahalehili.
Kalama's father had given him his land and since working at Nuuanu to the present time. No one has objected.
Uku, sworn, Our testimonies are similar; no one has objected.
[Award 1754; R.P. 426; Awawaloa Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .7 Ac.; Paahao Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .15 Ac.; Pohaha Moanalua Kona; 1 ap.; .67 Ac.; R.P. 2882; Kumumaomao Kamaile Waianae; 1 ap.; .252 Ac.; Puhakaa Kamaile Waianae; 1 ap.; .075 Ac.; Kaaumakua Kamaile Waianae; 1 ap.; .53 Ac.]