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No. 2787, Makaokalai, Kahuku, Oahu, January 4, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Makaokalai, hereby state my claim for land at Kahuku. At Luahine is one lo`i and two watercourses, bounded on the north by Kawaa's /land/, on the east by a lo`i ko`ele, on the south by Keino's /land/, on the west by Kawaa's /land/. There is also another lo`i, adjoining that o ....
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.... luhao. The other fish pond claimed, witness does not know (No one present knew this fish pond).
The kula land claimed is nahelehele.
The house lot of claimant is distinct from his land. It is not enclosed. He has held the kalo land for about 20 years.
The konohiki consented to the claim for kalo land and a house lot.
[Award 2787; R.P. 1348; Kahuku Koolauloa; 2 ap.; .73 Ac.]