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No. 4567, Wahine, January 16, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my /claim/ for the areas which I cultivate at Kula in various places. Here are the lands I cultivate in Omaopio: at Maka, at Kamehame, at Palehunui [Pulehunui]. I have planted 10 places in sweet potatoes - they are not all together in one place.
There are three plantings Mauka, of Irish potatoes, on the east of Palehunui, making a total of 13 places at Pulehunui. That is my claim.
No. 4567, Wahine, August 4, 1849
Kaili, sworn, he has seen Wahine's land - 11 sections.
Section 1 - Pasture ili of Keaku in Pulehu ahupuaa.
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Mauka by Government land
Makawao by Omaopio ahupuaa
Makai by Government land
Honuaula by Kalawaia.
Section 8 - Government land is on all sides.
Mauka, Makawao, Makai byKalawaia
Honuaula by Pulehu stream.
Section 10 - Government land on all sides.
Mauka by Kauila
Makawao by Poepoe
Makai by Kuapuu
Honuaula by Kaioe.
[Award 4567; R.P. 7896; Keaka Pulehuiki 1 ap. 5.58 Acs. Ap. 4; Keaku Pulehuiki, 1 ap. 6.15 Acs. Ap. 1; Kukuineenee Pulehuiki, 1 ap. 3.8 Acs. Ap. 5; R.P. 7484; Keaku Pulehuiki, 1 ap. 6.15 Acs. Ap.1; & R.P. 7699; Kamakapouli Omaopio 6; 1 ap. 7.75 Acs. Ap. 1]