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No. 2199, Pahoa
Ahupua`a of Waikapu, `Ili of Kuaiwa. To the Land Commissioners: I am writing you for my land claim at Waikapu. My claim is for a section of land in the `ili of Kuaiwa. My land was from Kapu in the year '34 and I have lived on this section of land since then. There are some lo`is and a kula. I have not been objected to by the konohiki. Here are the witnesses of my claim: Eeka, Kamai. Waikapu, Maui, Dec. 21, 1847
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.... d from very ancient times. No opposition. One po`alima is in the taro land at Waikapu.
[No.] 1. The boundaries of the taro land at Waikapu are:
Mauka, land of Palakiko
Waihee by the same
Kula by land of Mumuku
Maalaea by land of Hika.
[No.] 2. The boundaries at Waiohuli, Kula are
Mauka by land of Okuu
Honua-ula by land of Kapuaa
Makai by the same
Makawao by land of Emelia.
[Award 2199; R.P. 3129; Haaiwo Kuaiwa Waikapu; 1 ap.; 2.26 Ac.]