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No. 2804, Kalawaiakanoa, Waialua, December 28, 1847
To the Land Commissioners: I, Kalawaiakanoa, have a claim for land at Paalaa, Waialua, consisting of one mo`o. This land was from the time of Kamehameha I. My makuakane left this land to me. Therefore, I got this land before the appearance of the Missionaries. The name of the mo`o is Ouli. I am a tenant under the konohiki of the Ahupua`a of Paalaa. Ther ....
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.... alaa, Waialua; it is an entire pauku of taro and a kula.
Mauka, mo`o Kaluaiki
Waianae, kula of Hanauewa
Makai, lo`i, Kauhikulahilahi
Koolaupoko, lo`i, Kumupali.
It was from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I, and is undisputed The 3 lo`i taken by Keliihuluhulu are combined.
Keonekapu, sworn, It is true.
[Award 2804; R.P. 3426; Uli Paalaa Waialua; 1 ap.; 1.83 Acs]