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No. 3453, Kalino, Honolulu, January 14, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land at Kawananakoa in Honolulu, which I have had for three years. Paakahi gave it to me and no one has objected to me until this time. Its dimensions and boundaries are shown on the diagram sent herewith.
Diagram of the land of Kalino, bounded as follows: mauka, the church site and the land of Keawe and the land of Paakahi, towards Waikiki, Nuuanu Str ....
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.... , I have seen his land at Kaolu in Honolulu district - 1 section.
3 taro patches and one pasture patch with a fence:
Mauka, land of Keawe
Waikiki, Nuuanu St.
Makai, Andrew's land and Kahoouka's land
Ewa, land of Hoopalamaia.
Paakahi had given him his land in 1845 and life has been comfortable to the present time. No one has objected.
Paakahi /konohiki/, sworn, The statements above are true; that is so.
[Award 3453; R.P. 6645; Kawananakoa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .66 Ac.]