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No. 1755, Kaluaapana
Land Claim of Kaluaapana at Moanalua*. To the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition for my land claim, consisting of my twelve lo`i and one dry kula. The boundaries are: on the north, the mo`o of Kaihu, and the dry kula, on the east the lo`i of Apiki and Malaihi, on the south, the `ili of Makaukaipo, on the west, the mo`o of Naihe. I am the possessor of a mo`o in the `ili of Hamamakawaha in Manoa in the Ahupua`a of Waikiki. That is my claim with its boundaries.
Moanalua, December 13, 1847
/*This claim is in Mano ....
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.... Hamamakawaha. The statements above are right, but I have something to say about this claim. The konohiki has tken the sixth of the lois called "Kamakonakona, he also has taken some other persons' lois. There are four lois remaining and the pasture which are for Kaluaapana. He does not have 12 lois, he had six lois and a woman by the name of Napeha had the other 6 lois of which the konohiki has now. I have spoken the truth.
Decision: Four lois and the pasture are for Kaluaapana, all other places are for the konohiki.
[Award 1755; Hamamakawaha Manoa Kona; 1 ap.; .52 Ac.]