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Claim Number: 01848
Claimant: Nawai
Other claimant:
Other name:
Island: Oahu
District: Ewa
Ahupuaa: Wailupe
Ili: Pooku, Mahupuna, Kanuhihalau
Statistics: 3139 characters 390 words
No. 1848, Nawai
N.R. 275-276v3

`Ili of Pooku, Wailupe, Island of Oahu. I have twenty-two sweet potato gardens. Six are on the north, two are on the east, and fourteen are on the south. One ipu /gourd/ garden, one planted hala tree, one house lot.

F.T. 206v3
No. 1848, Nawai, 19 November [1849]

Malili, sworn, this land is in Pooku, Wailupe.

1 house lot, 1 house, no planting.
Mauka, road
Niu, Kumalawaa
Makai, sea
Honolulu, Nawaa.

2. Potato land.
Mauka, Kealo
Niu, stream
Makai, Kumuhonua
Honolulu, pali (3 sea lions).

3. 2 fields.
Mauka, Kawapoepoe
Niu, stream
Makai, Makaina
Honolulu, pali.

4. 3 fields.
Mauka, Pauloa
Niu, stream
Makai, Naueli
Honolu ....

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[No.] 2. 3 potato patches:
Mauka, Keala
Niu, a stream
Makai, Kumuhonua
Waikiki, a precipice.

[No.] 3. 2 taro patches:
Mauka, Makapoepoe
Niu, a stream
Makai, Makaina
Waikiki, a precipice.

[No.] 4. 4 potato moo:
Mauka, Pauloa
Niu, a stream
Makai, Nauele
Honolulu, Makaina.

[No. 5]. 1 potato patch:
Mauka, Niu, also Nauele
Makai, Makaina
Wakiki, a schoolhouse.

Kamaha had given him his land during Kinau's time and he has lived there continuously to this day; no one has objected.

Kealaiki, sworn, Our testimonies are similar; no objections.

[Award 1848; R.P. 2605; Kanuhihalau Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; .27 Ac.; Mahupuna Wailupe Kona; 1 ap.; .78 Ac.; Puuoku Wailupe Kona; 2 ap.; 3.35 Acs]