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No. 3457, Kamaka
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: My claim is at Polipoli. There are 30 lo`i with water in them, 7 dry lo`i, and kula. That is my petition.
A respectful farewell.
Polipoli in Napoko, 25 December 1847
Cl. 3457, Kamaka
Elua, sworn, The Claimant's lan ....
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.... to the time of Kam III, she is deceased, no one has objected. Auwae has stopped pressing for that one patch, it has been returned to Kamaka.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Auwae's poalima
Waihee by Pea
Makai by Ehu's land
Maalaea by Auwae's land.
[Award 3457; R.P. 6163; Kapalaua Waiehu Wailuku; 1 ap.; 1.52 Acs]