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No. 4331, Kamano, Laie, January 7, 1848
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I, Kamano, am a claimant of land in the `ili of Koloa /in the/ ahupua`a in Laie. There are sixteen lo`i, two kula. Two kula are in the kuahiwi and were from Peka. The boundaries are as follows: Northeast and south, the kuahiwi, west, the land of Newa. Here are the scattered places in the `Ili of the ahupua`a, three kula, and one kula house lot. Because these are so scattered it is not practical to tell you their boundaries. Here again are some claims I have ....
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Witness knows the kalo patches and kula land claimed by Kamano in Kapaka. One of the patches is a fish pond. The others have been given up by Kamana's heir to the Konohiki. Kamano died in 1848, leaving his land to his son Keliiwaiwaiole Jr. The kalo patch or fish pond in Kapaka is bounded on all sides by the Konohiki's land.
The Agent of the Konohiki had no other objection to this claim than to No. 3696, page 281.
[Award 4331; R.P. 3012; Kapaka Koolauloa; 1 ap.; 1.40 Acs; R.P. 3383; Laie Koolauloa; 3 ap.; .62 Ac.]