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No. 178, M. Kekuanaoa /See sketch 20/
This place was Kinau's own for a long time, and Victoria is the one whose residence this is.
No. 178, [M. Kekuanaoa]
[A. Paki, sworn], This lot is in Honolulu and is bounded:
Mauka by claimant's lot in No. 173 and Waititi ....
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.... m a Caucasian who was a useless foreigner and it was acquired by a sale of $50.00. However, I do not know when this had taken place; it probably was the year 1840 or perhaps 1839. This is Kekuanaoa's own land.
[Award 178; no R.P.; King St. Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .67 Ac.; See claims 158-185 for other documents of Kekuanaoa]