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No. 5292, Kekinu, 20 January 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners sitting on the Island of Oahu at Hale Kauwila, in Honolulu, I hereby state my land claim. At Koheo in Kula I have 8 claims. At Koula are two land claims.
At Kaluaolaie are three land claims. One mala of Irish potatoes, Kamako is the `Ili, one claim for one mala of Irish potatoes. There is also a winter kula.
Cl. 5292, Kahinu
Kamai, sworn, The Claimant's land are of three pieces in the Ahupuaa of Keokea [Alae?].
No. 1 is a kalo land in the ili of Makaul ....
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Makai, Honuaula by konohiki.
Mauka, Makawao by Kaoiui
Makai by konohiki
Honuaula by Government.
[Portion of Bailey letter]
No. 5292 Nahinu or Kahinu Kohue - the new survey is to be first instead of all the others surveyed by Mr. Turner. In the old survey regard was had to agreements between konohiki and claimant which have been respected in this. [Portion of letter to G.M. Robertson from E. Bailey]
[Award 5292; R.P. 6571; Koula & Pahole Koheo Kula 1 ap. 6.59; R.P. 7503; Kaula Koheo Kula; 3 ap.; 8.05 Acs]