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No. 3270, Luka, Kaakauloko, January 13, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings to you all: I, Luka, a Hawaiian subject living on the island of Kauai hereby state my claim for four lo`i and a kula, 19 chains. It was received from Daniela.
The Land Commissioners, greetings to you all: I, Luka, a Hawaiian subject living on the island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for four lo`i and a kula, perhaps 20 chains. I received my place from Daniela.
No. 3270, Luka
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Mauka by Konohiki pasture
Koolau by Hanahanai pali
Makai by Puha's land
Kona by Nawiliwili stream.
Section 2 - House lot.
Mauka by Konohiki kula
Koolau by Kalauli's house
Makai by road
Kona by Aupuni's pasture.
Land from the Konohiki at the time of Kaumualii. When Luka died in 1850, the land was given to his wife, Kaholi, no one objected.
Moki, sworn: he was present and had heard Nuuanu's testimony; it is true.
[Award 3270; Land Patent 8114; Papalinahoa Nawiliwili Puna; 3 ap.; 2 Acs 30 rods]