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No. 3301, Kamakea & Mahoe
To the Land Commissioners of the Hawaiian Islands, Greetings: I hereby tell of our claim for land, in the land called Olohe, in Waikapu, Island of Maui. There is a mo`o with 43 lo`i, also a small kula. It is bounded north and east by Ohia, south by a water-course, west by Loaloa. There is also a small house site which is on the northeast side of our mo`o, where we live. We have occupied this land for a very long time. It was from Kahekilipu/u/nui, and on his death it went to Puupahoehoe. Our makuakane, Kekalaihi, wa ....
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Parcel 2. Cultivated kula at Olohe `Ili in Waikapu.
Their parcels were from me in 1846; I received them from Kahekili Ke/e/aumoku in the time of the "Great Heap" /See Ruling Chiefs/ Kamakau, page 192/. No opposition.
[No. 1] is bounded:
Mauka by Kahaleole
Waihee and Kula by Pipinui
Maalaea by stream.
[No.] 2 is bounded:
Mauka by Antonio Catalina
Waihee by Kuamu
Kula by Kuheleloa
Maalaea by Hoohei.
[Award 3301; R.P. 3137; Olohe Waikapu Wailuku; 1 ap.; 9.07 Acs; TMK 3-6-04]