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No. 5333, Anakalea Pea
To the Land Commissioners, Greetings: I hereby petition for my claim, in the `Ilis called Kapokea and Loikahi. Two ponds are in Kapoho. Six lo`i are at Papaina. One mala of coffee is at Alae. A kalua* is at Koiahi in Waihee, Maui. /These are held/ under the lords of the land and there is no opposition.
/*No data, but the Native Testimony states that there is a taro mo`o at Koiahi./
Cl. 5333 & 3775, Anakalea Pea (No. 3775 is not a claim).
Z. Kaauwai, sworn, the Claimant's land consists of three pieces in Waihee, Maui.
No. 1 is a pauku of lois on two small ilis, Kapukea & Loikahi.
No. 2 is 2 Fish Ponds in Kapala.
No. 3 is a Moo if kalo in Kioli [?].< ....
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.... uwai, sworn, He has seen 3 sections in the ilis of Waihee as listed below.
Section 1 - Ilis of Kapokaa and Loikahi.
Mauka by Sand hill
Kahakuloa by Pohakunui ili
Makai by Sea
Wailuku by Kiao prison, Koiahi ili.
Section 2 - 2 fish ponds at Kapoho.
Mauka by land fence
Kahakuloa by Kahikiula
Makai by Kapawa
Wailuku by Kapahuwa.
Section 3 - Taro section (moo) at Koiahi.
Mauka by Hueu
Kahakuloa by pali
Makai by prisoners' patch
Wailuku by Kanakahi.
First section from Kaauwai in 1829. Section 2 from Kapahuwai in 1829. Section 3 from Hoe and Hakaulukea in 1831. No objections. 4 poalimas in section 3.
[Award 5333; R.P. 7718; Kapoho Waihee; 1 ap.; .46 Ac.; See 3775 for another Anakalea award]