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No. 2909, Kamalama, Punalau, Oahu, January 5, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Respectful Greetings: I, Kamalama, hereby state my claim for land at Punalau. There are three lo`i, surrounded by kula, a kula cultivated in sweet potato and gourd. At Ulupehupehu is a cultivated kula.
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Kailuiku, sworn says, he knows the kalo patch in Kahuku. Its cultivation has been given up for over a year. Kamalama died a few months ago, leaving a widow, Kaloana.
The Konohiki consented to the claim for a House Lot only.
[Award 2909; no R.P.;Kahuku Koolauloa; 1 ap. .25 Ac.]