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No. 4316, Keohokaua, Lahaina, January 20, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for landwhich was received from Kuakamauna, and it is hereby presented for your records. There is a taro mo`o and a kula, possessed since 1840. Also, there is another taro mo`o and a kula, received from Kuakamauna on March 11, 1847. Furthermore there is a house lot ....
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.... still holds it.
He has also 2 kalo lands inland in "Kanaula." I think there are 20 lois - 11 in one and 9 in the other land. I cannot bound them ell. These kalo lands claimant had from Kuakamauna in 1829 and his right [was] never disputed to my knowledge.Claimant said his best witness, Kuakamauna, was at Oahu.
[Award 4316; R.P. 1879; Puaa Lahaina; 4 ap.; 1.12 Acs]