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No. 5283, Kalahauka
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby state my claim to you for 31 lo`i, in the `Ili named Kuakahanahana, in Waihee, Maui, also a kula. I have held these lo`is for nineteen years, under the lords of the land, and no one has disputed me.
Wailuku, 24 January 1848
Cl. 5283, Kalahauka
Pohinakea, sworn, The Claimant has one piece of 31 lois in the ili of Kuakahanahana, Waihee, Maui.
The claimant received it from Z. Kaauwai in 1834. His title has never been disputed. There are 4 poalima lois in it, but they belong to Claimant.
It is bounded:
Mauka by Nahuina's land
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.... ated by him. He continued in possession of these apanas from the time he got them until the present, without dispute. This is the first time I have known of a dispute.
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No. 5283, Kalahouka, July 26, 1849
Pohinakea, sworn, He has seen 1 section in the ili land of Kuakahanahana of Waihee. Land from Z. Kaauwai. No objection. No poalima. 4 Poalima have been conveyed to Kalahouka. Kalahouka has not worked on his own time for the konohiki.
Mauka by Nahuina
Kahakuloa by Kaai
Makai by Government enclosure
Wailuku by Kuunahawelu / Paahao.
[Award 5283; R.P. 4102; Kuakahanahana Waihee Wailuku; 2 ap.; 1.66 Acs]