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No. 4878B, Kapua
No. 4878, Upai ma, Lahaina, Jan. 19, 1848
Greetings to you, Z. Kaauwai, the Honorable one chosen as commissioner for land, lo`i, and so forth: We petition you for our enclosed land, lo`i, kula and so forth. Below are the names and the lands of the people:
No. 4878, 1. Upai
No. 4878B, 2. Kapua
No. 4878C, 3. Muaa, They are at Pahoa
No. 4878D, 4. Hone, They are at Pahoa
No. 4878E, 5. Holi, They are at Pahoa
No. 4878F, 6. Pi, They are at Makila
No. 4878G, 7. Malaekahana, He is at Polani
No. 4878H, 8. Waihoioahu
No. 4878I, 9. Kupalii, They are at Puunaunui
No. 4878K, 10. Piapia, They are at Puunaunui
No. 4878M, 11. Kai ....
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.... een in his peaceable possession 15 years. These lands are in Pahoa, Lahaina.
The house lot & kula are bounded:
Mauka by kula of Pahoa (waste)
Olewalu by Paniani's yard
Makai by main road from Lahaina to Olewalu
Other side by my place.
The lois are Mauka on the creek in two pieces of 3 lois each.
One lot is bounded:
Mauka by lois of Moku
Olewalu by waste pali
Makai and N. [Kaanapali] by Moku's lois.
The other piece is more mauka:
Mauka is the creek of Pahoa
Olewalu is a pali
Makai is Kaehunui's lois
N. [Kaanapali] by the creek.
[Award 4878B; R.P. 1706; Pahoa Lahaina; 2 ap.; 2.07 Acs; See 4878 for Native Register document]