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No. 2926, Kahakai, Waialua, January 4, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I, Kahakai, hereby explain my claim for land. I have a claim from my makuas, and before the time of Kamehameha I.
The first is Kohoo, Kawailoa kai, with two lo`i and the kula, surrounded by the lo`is of Kalua and of Kauwa ma.
The second is Oio, two lo`i, with a loko `ai /pond for taro and fish/[loko `ia?], between them.
The third is Ainaiki, with one lo`i, surrounded by the lo`is of Kaalawa and of Kahulapue.
The fourth is Keae, my pali wauke, on the west of Keae.
The fifth is Pahui, one mala of gourd, one ma ....
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Mauka, road which comes to our place
Makai, Koheonui, Kekauwa's land
Koolaupoko, Lumaulu's land.
Apana 2. Communal lot at Ukoa, two areas planted in sweet potato.
3. House lot. A place combined with Nauahi and Olopana ma.
Muka, Olopana's house
Waianae, the road
Koolaupoko, Nauahi's house.
He received these lands from his parents and they are undisputed.
Kuokoa was, sworn, my knowledge of it is the same as Makuaeu's.
[Award 2926; R.P. 1474; Kawailoa Waialua; 1 ap.; .39 Ac.; Ukoa Kawailoa Waialua; 3 ap.; 2.76 Acs]