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No. 3584, Kaanaana, Koloa, Kauai, January 13, 1848
The Land Commissioners, greetings: I, Kaanaana, a Hawaiian subject living at Koloa in the `ili of Kikiaola on the island of Kauai, hereby state my claim for land; however it is not all situated alike. Some is in another place, and some is at Hulaia. The boundaries of Kikiaola are: the land of Kekanio and Kalapapohaku and the ascent of Mahaulepu are on the north, Kamaemae and Palaalaea and Pohakuomakalii are on the south, a kula as far as the wall in the lee of the lot, is on the west. Those are the boundaries of my claim.
In another place are three lo`i. One lo`i I bought in an auction from the school superintendent. Also, there is my house lot, bounded on the north and east by a wall, on the west by a stream and the lot of Kanehoa. I received these from Koakanu, until this time of Kanoa, when I hold them under Kanoa. That ends these claims.
Also, at Hulaia is an `ili, Kuia, held under Kauukualii. Those are my claims. The boundaries of Kuia are: Paohia on ....
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.... aro, Maulili(?)
Hanapepe by house lot of Kanehoa and Kahau.
Mauka by loi of Moku
Puna by loi of Kiaimoku
Makai by auwai (ditch), Awaluna
Hanapepe by loi of Naipu.
Mauka by loi of Kahukina
Puna by Catholic church
Makai by Alekenio's house
Hanapepe by loi of Kahukina.
Mauka by Hale Hinahina, an ili in Lopohaku
Puna by Ahupuaa of Weliweli
Makai by ili of Kapalaalaea
Hanapepe by ili of Kapalakea.
He received section 1 from Kaikioewa about 1839.
Section 2 was from his friend Moo in 1847.
Section 3 was bought from the superintendent of schools for $60.00 and John Young brought it down twenty dollars.
Section 4 came from Koakanu after the war. No one has objected.
Kenoi, sworn, Jeremia Kihepono's testimony is true.
[Award 3584; R.P. 3868; Maulili Koloa Kona; 1 ap.; 2 Acs 3 roods 5 rod; Kaauwaeluna Koloa Kona; 1 ap. 1 rood; Kealeu Koloa Kona; 1 ap.; 2 roods 22 rods]