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No. 4878T, Ikeole, Part 17
Naopala, sworn, I know the land of claimant. They are all in "Paunau," Lahaina. They consist of 12 lois and one kula all in one piece.
The claimant's husband, Kaalia, received this land from Waihoioaku in 1833 and held them without dispute up to his death in 1847. Then ....
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.... er than to see the land cultivated. Kamaihina is now seeking men to till it.
This piece is bounded:
Mauka by the poalima lois of Kamaihina
Olowalu by the creek
Makai by the creek and I's loi
Kaanapali by the pali.
[Award 4878T; R.P. 2721; Paunau Lahaina; 1 ap.; .18 Ac.; See 4878 for Native Register document]