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No. 3736, Wahakane, Waimea, Hawaii, January 6, 1848
To The Land Commissioners: I have three places to describe: at Puako is a house lot, at Waimea is a house lot, at Waipio are 17 taro lo`i, Apana 6, Hawaii; they are shown below:
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Farewell to you, the Land Commissioners,
No. 3736, Wahakane, See page 177
Kamahiai, sworn and stated, I have seen it at the ili of Lalamilo in Puako, Hawaii. It has not been enclosed and there is one house for Wahakane and another for Kaui. Kaui is a house dweller under ....
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.... ted to this day.
2. Section II in the ili land of Koloakiu 2:
Mauka by Koloakiu 1 land
Kohala and all around is Koapaka's land.
1 cultivated patch, no house.
This is an old land from Kapua which he had received in 1834; no one had objected.
Kamakahiki, sworn and stated, I have known exactly as Kaaeae has related here.
Kapaka [Koapaka?], sworn and stated, I have seen and have heard also just as Kaaeae and Kamahiki have related here.
[Award 3736; R.P. 5010; Napoopoo Waipio Hamakua; 3 ap.; 2.65 Acs; Waipio Hamakua; 3 ap.; 2.9 Acs; Puako S. Kohala; 1 ap.; 1.08 Acs]