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No. 2216, Kaohe
`Ili of Pamoa, Manoa, Island of Oahu. There is one mo`o, one kula, and one house lot. I have 17 lo`i, bounded on the north by the kula of Kuke, on the east by the lo`i of Mamala, on the south by the kula of Holualoa, on the west by the lo`i of Opunui. Finished.
No. 2316!, Kaohe, 16 February 1854
[should be 2216]
Kalaweamoku, sworn says, he knows the kuleana of Kaohe in "Pamoa" Manoa Valley. It consits of 16 kalo patches, a house lot and 2 pieces of kula. The 16 patches for one piece ....
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.... i to E.G.M. Robertson, Assistant President
I am forwarding to you the claims given to me for this section of Waikiki, Oahu.
[Land claim number]
2216 Kaohe - Unable to find.
I have worked for four days just as you had ordered. I called the people together, some of which I was able to reach and there were some whom I could not locate, and some are dead, therefore, I am returning these documents to you with my comments on each of them.
With appreciation, J.W.E. Maikai
Honolulu, 10 August 1853
[No. 2216; R.P. 4255; Pamoa Manoa Kona; 1 ap.; 3.2 Acs]