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No. 1796, Hikiau
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the undersigned, hereby state my claim for land in the `ill of Kaluapilau, Ahupua`a of Kapalama, Island of Oahu. There are eleven lo`i, eight in one place, on the north of these lo`is is Kaninui's, on the east, the lo`i of Kahalana, on the south, the lo`i of Alualua, on the west, the lo`i of Napoeha. The remaining three lo`i are bounded on the north by a side of the irrigation ditch, on the east by the lo`is of Waiwaiole, on the south by an irrigation ditch, ....
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Kauapopo, sworn, I have seen his land at Kaluapilau in Kapalama.
13 taro patches, 1 house
Honolulu, my place
Hikiau's land is from Huakini given at the time Kekauluohi was prime minister in the year 1842 and he has always lived there; no one has objected.
Waiwaiole, sworn, Our testimonies are similar; no one has objected.
See No. 2265, Kauapopo.
[Award 1796; R.P. 1503; Kaluapilau Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; 1.19 Acs; Hikiau no Kauapopo]