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No. 2904, Kanae
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, the one whose name is below, hereby state my claim for land in the `ill of Kaohoimoa. There are four areas planted in sweet potato, one kula. At Kiinoho is another kula. Ahupua`a of Pupukea, Island of Oahu, January 7, 1848.
/Translator's note: the term `ili is used in referring to the sweet potato plantings/
F.T. 548v11 ....
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.... />No. 2904, Kanae, In Pupukea
Kalainaina, sworn, I know one parcel of land, a kula, the mo`o is Kaohaimoa.
Waianae, land of Kaawa called Kapuna
Koolaupoko, land of Kailialoha, called Kaaumakua.
He received this land from the konohiki in the time of Kinau. It is undisputed.
Kuia, sworn, I know it is correct.
[Award 2904; R.P. 2906; Pupukea Koolauloa; 1 ap.; 4.5 Acs]