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No. 4293, Keawe
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim in Kaluha. Seven taro lo`i are in Kaluha. There are also four /other/ lo`i in Kaluha. One taro lo`i is in Mokuula. One taro lo`i is in Papaawela. One lo`i is in Kohelepo. One lo`i is in Halepuu. One kula is at Kaluha. One `ili of sweet potatoes at Mokuula. One `Ili noni is in Mokuula. Four `Ili are at Kalonopuna, ....
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.... anted with tobacco.
The second piece of kula is included in the boundaries of the 8 kalo patches.
The House site is Makai - not enclosed. Claimant held his land for over 20 years. Keawe died in 1848, leaving his land to Koihae his daughter.
The Agent of the Konohiki had no other objection to this claim than to No. 3696, page 281.
[Award 4293; R.P. 2915; Laie Koolauloa; 3 ap.; 1.69 Acs]