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No. 4067, Kahihina, No. 4066
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: Here is my claim, one mo'o, kula, and mountain area. Keliimamo is the one from whom I got my mo'o. The kula was from Kaio. They are in Waimanalo, on Oahu. I got them in the time when M. Kuanaoa made a circuit of the island.
No. 4067, Kahihina
Piia Hoohikiia, Ua ike a'u i kona aina ma ka ili o Ahiki, lele o Kuli ....
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.... the ili of Ahiki as follows:
6 taro patches & a house lot.
Claimant's land is bounded:
Mauka by the land of Keliimama
Kaneohe, a brook or creek
Makai, land of Manae
Kona [Makapuu], upland.
Claimant had his land from Keliimama in the year 1846 and has had it undisturbed to this time.
Mahalo, sworn to the truth of the above statement.
[Award 4067; R.P. 1039; Ahiki Waimanalo Koolaupoko; 2 ap.; .9 Ac.]