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No. 60 F.L., Kama, Honolulu, Oahu, March 18, 1852
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: Here is my claim for nine lo`i and an adjacent kula with a house in it, in the `Ili of Alewa, in Honolulu, Oahu. The boundaries are as follows: mauka, the claim of Makaaha which was returned to the Government on his death, on the Waikiki side, Namai's /land/ and the `Ili of Oloku, makai, a government kula and Nuinui's /?/ who had it from Kapali, on the Ewa side, the house lot of Kapali. ....
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.... on to Makahuluhulu under M. Kekuanaoa in the same way that Kahekili had turned over this land to the fort in 1842 and Kama did work on the land with Poomanu until all work for the government ceased recently.
Poomanu, sworn, I have seen this claim which belongs to Kama just as Lolo has related, they were living there already before I had gone there to live. I did work on the land until all work for the government had stopped.
See Lolo, No. 56 F.L.
[Award 60 F.L.; R.P. 2669; Alewa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .68 Ac.]