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No. 5103, Kamaka, Piihau, Hilo, Hawaii, January 11, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners at Honolulu, Island of Oahu: I hereby state my claim for land. It was received from my makuas, who had it from my kupunas, therefore it is a firmly established right. This land is almost in the middle of Piihau and it is 192 fathoms by 84 fathoms. That is it, ....
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.... br />Mauka by Kuikauai's land
Hamakua by climbing road
Makai by walk way
Puna by stream.
1 partially cultivated kihapai. 2 houses for Kamaka.
Old residents since Kamehameha I. no one had objected.
Kuikanai, sworn, He has known this land exactly as Keahi had stated here.
[Award 5103; R.P. 6681; Papaikou Hilo; 1 ap.; 3.16 Acs]