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No. 2618, Pokii [& Kamaka], Wailuku, December 29, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby tell you of my lo'is and the things which pertain to them. I got them from my makuas who had them from ancient times, and some from my friend in this year which just passed, of 1846. /It is/ Kiiwela iki. 6 lo'i and 3 dry cultivated places. On the north is the land of Kamaka; on the west is the land of Kamaka. on the east is the land of Malaopu, on the s ....
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.... rcel 2. 3 taro lo`i in the 'Ili of Kuipau.
Parcel 1 was from Auwae, before 1830. Parcel 2 was from me, in 1840. There is no opposition.
Mauka by Kamaka
Waihee by Hoopiiaina
Makai by the same
Maalaea by government lot.
Mauka by land
Waihee by Kanakeawe
Makai by my land
Maalaea by Wailuku stream.
[Award 2618; R.P. 1240; Kiiwela Wailuku; 1 ap.; 4.82 Acs; Pokii and Kamaka both awarded this claim; See Award 4917 to Kamaka]