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No. 4061, Kuku, Laie, January 3, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kuku, am a claimant at Laie, in the `ili of Kuamoo. There are three lo`i, four kula. The boundaries are described below: on the north is Poouahi's land, on the east is the land of Kini 3, on the west is Kuapuu's land, on the south is Kanaikaua's land. The scattered claims are: In the `ili of Kaaipuaa, one lo`i, no kula. In the `ili of Naueloli, four kula, no lo`i. In the ahupu ....
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.... ula side by Napuaokahala's land
Mauka by Kauhane's land
Waialua side by Aamakaiki's land
Makai by Kauhane's land.
The fourth piece has not been cultivated for over two years, it is nahelehele.
The House site of claimant is makai. It is not enclosed. There is one house on it.
The kula land claimed has not been cultivated for some time.
The Konohiki's Agent consented to this claim.
[Award 4061; R.P. 3010; Laie Koolauloa; 5 ap.; .91 Ac.]