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No. 4919, Kahaule, January 14, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby explain to you my claim for land at Kapaaea. it is an `ili named Kanalimahooa. The right was acquired as follows: It was from my kupunas, on their death it became ours, as follows: At the time of the Peleleu /Kamehameha I's canoe fleet/, Hoohale was sent here by Heleahema. He gave it to my kupunas, and it was bequeathed to my makuahine and here kaikunane at the time when Kihei was sent here by O.H.N. Ii /and they had it/ from then until this time when I am living here. Here is this claim of mine: a large pool for fish /and/ fifteen lo`i which are in Hualele, an `ili in Kapaaea. It was given me by Kekauleleiki in 1846.
Cl. 5361B, K ....
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.... is an Irish potato kihapai in Pulehu ahupuaa of Kula, no objections.
Mauka by Aupuni
Koolau by Nawaiki
Makai and Wailuku by Kekahuna.
Mauka by Puukuake
Koolau by Waikauiui pali
Makai by Mountain stream
Wailuku by Pali/Pali ili.
Mauka by Konohiki
Koolau by Puukukae
Makai by Keonokomo/mountain stream
Wailuku [Left blank]
Mauka by Mahu
Koolau by Kapuewai stream
Makai by Kapuewai pali
Wailuku by Makua.
[Award 4919; Land Patent 8336; Kaluanui Papaaea Hamakualoa; 2 ap.; 15.67 Acs; Makaiwa Papaaea Hamakualoa; 2 ap.; 18.12 Acs; Paki Papaaea Hamakualoa; 1 ap.; 5.67 Acs; Papalinahoa Papaaea Hamakualoa; 7 ap.; 3.45 Acs]