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No. 3773, Amaka, Laie, January 4, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Amaka am a claimant of land at Laie in the 'ili of Kamapuna. There are five lo'i, and one kula, no kula houselot. Following are the boundaries: north, Land of Kaleo, east, Puni's land, west, Moanauli's land, south, the Land of Pupuka. Here are the scattered claims: In the 'ili of Kumupali, three lo'i, no kula. In the 'ili of Paakea, two kula, no lo'i. In the 'ili of Kahikale, nine kula, no lo'i. In the ....
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.... >The fourth piece, of 1 patch, it is bounded on:
Hauula side by Kauhane's land
Mauka by Kuku's land
Waialua side by Kaleo's land
Makai by the Konohiki.
The Kula land is bounded on all sides by the Konohiki. It is planted in Tobacco. Claimant's House site is near the sea side. It is enclosed with a wooden fence. There is one house in it. Claimant derived the land from his father, Keliiwaiwaiole. Agent of the Konohiki, consented to this claim.
[Award 3773; R.P. 918; Laie Koolaupoko; 6 ap.; 2.10 Acs]