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No. 3766, Akaku
Greetings to you, the Land Commissioners: I hereby petition to you. There are sixteen.[rest of text missing]
/Translator's note: See Foreign Testimony v. 7, p. 281 and Native Testimony V. 5, p. 145./
Cl. 3766, Akaku Wahine
Maui, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They are 5 pieces in Honokowai and one piece in Mahinahina.
No. 1 is 4 lois in the ili of Puulena
No. 2 is 7 lois in the ili of Naunauahawelewai.
No. 3 is 1 loi in the ili of Naunauahawelewai maloo.
No. 4 is a kula uala in Kapili.
No. 5 is a kula in Makahiku.
No. 6 is a kula in the ili of Malunaluna.
The claimant received these lands from Governor John Adams in the days of Kam ....
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.... Section 3 - 1 Taro patch at Naunaunahawelemaoo ili.
Mauka by Nauwele
Lahaina and Makai by Kaiama
Kahakuloa by Moi Poalima.
Section 4 - Potato pasture at Kapili ili
Mauka by Honokowai stream
Lahaina by Kaumauma
Makai by J. Kalaikii's land
Kahakuloa by Honokowai stream.
Section 5 - Potato pasture in Makahiku ili.
Mauka by Pula
Lahaina and Makai by Honokowai stream
Kahakuloa by Kaluaiuka.
Section 6 - Potato pasture at Nuumeha and Mahinahina.
Mauka by Kameeni
Lahaina by Mahinahina pali
Makai by Konohiki
Kahakuloa by Mahinahina pali.
[Award 3766; R.P. 6187; Makahiku Honokowai Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .32 Ac.; Naunaunawele Honokowai Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .22 Ac.; Puulena Honokowai Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .11 Ac.]