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No. 4602, Hihio, Lahaina, January 19, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners of the Mo'i: I, Hihio, hereby petition you, the commissioners under the Mo'i, for my house lot claim. It is at the bridge, on the east of the Fort, at Puako, therefore /I have written/ this letter.
Cl. No., 236N, Hihio, Maui, 21 May
[See Award 4602]
Testimony before Nahaleluaana & W.A. Jones:
Kahaokauo, sworn, This Place I know. It is on the brink of Canal - Bounded by Canal - Street runs along street to Pikanini's lot. Geo. Shaw is in rear of it. Claimant has lived there long; his sister long before he lived with her. I know she possessed the lot from 1826 to her death. Claimant kept posses ....
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Section 5 - Road for the cattle in Palanea ahupuaa.
Land from Puaa in 1847, no one has objected to Hihio.
Mauka by Kuahaku
Kula by road for the cattle
Makai and Kahikinui by Oana.
Mauka by Maaweiki/Kihuluhulu
Kula by Kaahiki
Makai by Government trail
Kahikinui by Cattle trail.
Mauka by Kalama
Kula, Makai by Government road
Kahikinui by Kalama.
Mauka by Makahanohano
Kula by Paeahu, an ahupuaa
Makai by sea
Kahikinui by konohiki.
Mauka, Kula by konohiki
Makai by sea
Kahikinui by Keauhou ahupuaa.
[Award 4602; R.P. 1120; Puako Lahaina; 1 ap.; .17 Ac.; See also 236N]