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No. 4878W, Kahoekaka, Part 20, June 1, 1849
Napapai, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They are in "Polaiki." They consist of three distinct pieces, Two of three kula land, and one kalo land.
The claimant received these lands from my mother in the year 1840. My mother received them from Ulumeheihei many years before. Neither my mother, or the claimant's title was disputed until very re ....
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.... f Mr. John White.
The other kula piece is bounded:
On the Mauka and Olowalu sides by "Paunau"
Makai by Hokai's lois
Kaanapali by Polanui.
The kalo land is iuka loa and is bounded:
Mauka by the lois of Kalawaia
Olowalu by Kekai's lois
Makai by Puaa
Kaanapali by Wainee 1.
[Award 4878W; R.P. 1167; Polaiki Lahaina; 3 ap.; .9 Ac.; See 4878 for Native Register document]