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[No. 3836],Kaikuaana, Hamakua, Hawaii, February 1, 1848
[Listed as 8386]
Kapoaula, land of William Pitt Leleiohoku, whose konohiki is Kapau. I, Kaikuaana, hereby state my claim. The length is 53, the width is 43. There are 3 mala of taro, 3 of sweet potatoes. Land of Kawela, 1 taro, 1 wauke. Land of Au, 1 taro, 1 wauke. Land of Kuilei, 1 mala of taro.
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.... />Kohala by Haukoi ahupuaa
Makai by Pololoa's land
Hilo by konohiki.
1 field cultivated.
Mauka and all around by Nuuanu's land.
1 cultivated kihapai.
Section 7: Boundaries are all for the konohiki.
Land from Naiku in 1836; no objections.
Kaakaua, sworn, Substantiates Kalakualaau's testimony.
[Award 3836; R.P. 7324; Kapoaula Hamakua; 1 ap.; 9.3 Acs]