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No. 3422, K. Pakaua, Haiku, Kauai, January 11, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners at Honolulu: I, Pakaua, a Hawaiian subject on the island of Kauai, am living under Daniela Oleloa. Here are my claims for land, house and kula. There are a total of four lo`i. Those are my claims, received from Daniela. It is finished.
Here is the diagram showing the land claim as mentioned above:
No. 3422, K. Pakaua
Kala, sworn, says I know well the land of Claimant. It lies in Haiku, in two pieces as follows:
No. 1 contains three Lois in the ili of Makaopuna & small kula.
No. 2 [is a] house lot in Kipu & in the ili of Kaluaokokee.
Bounded as follows:
Mauka by Malaki's Lois
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.... is claim.
Kipani, sworn, says the above testimony is all true.
No. 3422, Pakana
Kala, sworn, he had seen his land at Haiku in the ili of Makaopuna.
Section 1 - Pakana's lois 3.
Mauka by Malaihi's land
Koolau by Makaapuna pali
Makai by Keahinau's land
Kona by Hulaia River.
Section 2 - Pakana's house lot.
Mauka by Konohiki kula
Koolau by river
Makai by Konohiki kula
Kona by Kipu pali.
Land from cousin at the time of P. Kanoa, no problems to the present time.
Naniho, sworn, he has seen his land, he has heard Kala's testimony, it is true.
[Award 3422; R.P. 3783 & 7955; Makaakale Haiku Puna; 1 ap.; 1 Ac 37 rods; Makaopuna Haiku Puna; 2 ap.; 2 Ac 4 rods; Index gives number 3390B]