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No. 3251, Kaipolani, Hulaia, Kauai, January 14, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings to you all: I hereby state my claim for lo`i land. I, Kaipolani, a Hawaiian subject living on the island of Kauai, have three lo`i. From the lo`i to the kula is 7 chains and 3 fathoms. 3 are surrounded [by the measurement?]. I received it from Paulo Kanoa.
KAIPOLANI X his mark
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Section 1 - The lois.
Mauka by pali
Wailua by Kapau's land
Makai by Hoaka's land
Kona by Pololei's land.
Section 2 - House lot
Mauka and all around by Niumalu kula.
Land from Kanoa and Haipolani still has it today.
Kaiaholomoku, sworn: all that was heard about Haipolani's land is true and accurate.
[Award 3251; R.P. 7611; Niumalu Puna; 2 ap.; 1 Ac 3 rood 25 rods]