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No. 4576, Inaina, Papaikou, Hilo, Hawaii, January 14, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners at Honolulu on the Island of Oahu: I hereby state my claim for land to you. The right to this place received from the konohikis, therefore it is firmly established. It is 240 fathoms by 40 fathoms. That is the size of my land claim which I presently occupy.
Cl. 4576, Inaina
Kapuhaula, sworn deposed, he knows the name of Inaina ....
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.... />Hamakua by Kanakaokai's land
Makai by street
Puna by Kapuhuaula's land
1 cultivated area, 1 house for Inaina, no fence.
Section 2: Kihapais
Mauka by konohiki
Hamakua by Ahole a land
Makai by idle land
Puna by Kapuhaula's land
1 cultivated kihapai land from Kuhio in 1839. No one objected to Inaina.
Lulana, sworn, He has seen this land just as Kapuhaula had related here.
[Award 4576; R.P. 4654; Papaikou Hilo; 1 ap. 1.68 Acs]