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No. 1811, Z. Kalauomano
To the Honorable Land Commissioners, Greetings and peace: I hereby state my claim for a farm at Kapalama, which is named Ulu. I got it from Napoeha, one lo`i and a small 'auwai. It is situated as follows: on the north is Mookahi, on the northeast is Mookahi and Kapakahi, on the south i ....
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.... uanaoa, also Honolulu and the surrounding areas.
King Kamehameha III had given Kukahe an interest in the year 1833 and Kalauomano received his land from Kukahe and he continuously lived there to the present time without objections.
[Award 1811; R.P. 3283; Kamookahi Kapalama Kona; 1 ap.; 1.04 Acs; RP reads 1.83 Acres]