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No. 5018, Keawe, Waiakea, Hilo, January 5, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Keawe, am a claimant of land in Waiakea. I have a right to this land since March 24, 1841 when I occupied it with the good will of the konohiki, Pea. The nature of the land is that a portion of it is good for planting crops, but there is pahoehoe lava rock in various places. On the east it measures 110 fathoms, on the south, 76 fathoms, ....
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No. 5018, Keawe, November 17
Kealoha (wahine), sworn, she has seen in Kuahua ili of Waiakea.
[It is bounded]:
Mauka by Hanahana ili land
Hamakua by konohiki
Puna by Nakai's land
[no makai given].
2 cultivated kihapais, no house
Keawe's land from Onana 1839-1840, no objections.
[Award 5018; R.P. 1913; Waiakea Hilo; 1 ap.; .24 Ac.]