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No. 3562, I. P. Kamakahiki, Niumalu, January 13, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Kamakahiki, a Hawaiian subject living at Niumalu hereby state my claim for land. In the diagram is clearly shown the claims, the lo`is and the kulas adjoining: Within this "Diagram" are the lo`is and kula and a pond. 35 chains, 1 fathoms; 1 yard is the length. 6 chains 7 fathoms is the width. This is the entire measurement.
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Mauka by Koa's lois
Wailua by pali
Makai by pasture
Kona by Waikahenui river.
Land from Kanoa and Kamakahiki still has it at present.
In the month of January, Kamakahiki went to Hanalei as a tax assessor and he left his land to Kanoa. Kanoa gave Kamakahiki's pasture to Nika.
Kaiaholomoku, sworn, Haipolani's testimony is accurate.
[No. 3562 not awarded; Index says Award 3303 to Makaiki but that is in Wailua]