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No. 2959, Hika
A Land Claim
I hereby state to you, the Land Commissioners, that I have a mo`o with ten lo`i, which I received from Keaho. My occupancy has been from the time of Kamehameha I. The `Ili is Nohoana. I have four other lo`i, however they are in this same land. That is my claim which is hereby stated, with the payment of the money. When you call for the witnesses they will come with me.
Waikapu, Maui, January 3, 1848
Cl. 2959, Hika
Nahoa, sworn, The Claimant's land consists of one piece of kalo in the ili of Nohoana, and one piece of kula in Ukumehame and one House lot at Maalaea, and one House lot in Olohe, Waikapu.
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.... ohoana at Waikapu.
Parcel 2. Cultivated kula at Ukumehame.
Parcel 3. House lot at the sea shore of Maalaea.
Parcel 4. House lot in Olohe `Ili in Waikapu.
Parcels 1, 3 and 4 were from Keaho in the days of Kamehameha I; however it was Kaai who granted the Parcel 4, in 1846. Parcel 2 was from Wiwi in 1833. No opposition.
[No.] 1 is bounded:
Mauka by Konohiki
Waihee by Pahoa
Kula by Kuolaia and Kaai
Maalaea by my land and that of Kalawaia.
[No.] 2 is bounded by the land of the Konohiki.
[No.] 3. is surrounded by the land of Kaai.
[No.] 4. is surrounded by the land of Kaai.
[Award 2959; R.P. 3382; Kamaalaea Waikapu Wailuku; 1 ap.; .25 Ac.]