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No. 3600, Keolanui, Hanamaulu, Kauai, January 11, 1848
The Land Commissioners: I, Keolanui, a Hawaiian subject living at Hanamaulu, island of Kauai hereby state my land claim to you. My lo`is and kula have been measured, the length is five chains, and the width is two. My house is in another place. The circumference of my house lot and a pond is 30 chains. My right ....
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.... of Palaha of 7 lois and a house lot.
Mauka by Koele
Wailua by pali
Makai by Kanalupa's loi
Niumalu by stream.
Land from D. Oleloa at the time of Kaikioewa, he still has it at present.
Keo, sworn, he has seen his land, he has heard Kaneakailio's testimony, it is true.
[Award 3600; R.P. 7210; Hanamaulu Puna; 1 ap.; 1.75 Acs 30 rods]