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No. 3245, Kama, Paa, January 14, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Kama, a Hawaiian subject, living at Paa on the island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for land, as follows: 6 lo`i, 6 kuakua pa`akai*, 1 cultivated field of taro offshoots. That is my claim.
/*Small sections cultivated for the chief. Pa`akai can mean salt, or a variety of taro./
No. 3245, Hama, Claimant
Kaalae, sworn, say ....
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.... East by Paa's ditch
Makai by Pooahi's land
Kona by Pooahi's sedges.
Section 2 - House lot in Keoneloa.
Mauka is Keoneloa pasture
East is Keoneloa pasture
Makai is Keoneloa salt bed
Kona is Iosaia Kaiawa's pasture.
Land from Wahapuu, the Konohiki under Kauonohi when he was governor, no problems.
Hookaaku, sworn, he has heard the testimony, it is true, no objections.
[Award 3245; R.P. 5157; Hihinui Paa Kona; 2 ap.; 3 roods 26 rods]