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No. 171, M. Kekuanaoa /See sketch 13/
This was formerly idle land. I settled a fisherman of mine there - -his name was Welia /?/, and there also was a fisherman named Kamahai settled there by Kinopu. We built houses for our fishermen. When Kinopu died I inherited, therefore this place is mine. Here are the witnesses who know. K ....
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.... with Koa for this property which he has now.
Mauka is Kelemaka
Waikiki, Maunakea Street
Makai, King Street
Ewa, Keanini's place.
Kekuanaoa received this land from Kinopu just as he had the other lands.
[No. 171 not listed in index; presumed not awarded; see Claims 158-185 for other documents for Kekuanaoa]