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No. 2854, Kawi, Waialee, Oahu, December 31, 1847
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kawi, hereby state my claim for land at Kalou. There is a share /or portion/ of a lo`i and five mounds of earth /in which sweet potatoes or taro are planted/, and a pond adjoining that of Poonui, and a ban ....
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.... It belongs to the konohiki. Kawi died in 1848 leaving his land to his wife, who about a year ago gave up her rights in the land to the konohiki. No one has worked o the labor days of the konohiki for this land since the death of Kawi.
Mr. Hopkins, as land agent for the King, claimed this land,
[No. 2854 not awarded]