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No. 5399, Kina, Kamooloa, Kauai, January 14, 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I, Kina, a Hawaiian subject living on the island of Kauai, hereby state my total land claim. It is 4 chains long by 2 chains wide. There are four taro ponds and two which are fallow, on the north, 2 chains by 2 chains. The house claim is 4 chains by 2 chains. The kula claim is 9 chains wide by 11 chains long. My occupancy is under Daniela Oleloa. Aloha to the Land Commissioners.
No. 5399, Hina, Claimant
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.... r />Puna by Kaohe pali
Makai by Kamooloa stream
Kona by Kamooloa stream.
Section 2 - 2 lois at Kamooloa.
Mauka by Kamooloa pasture
Puna by Kamooloa pasture
Makai by (?)Wai palapalai
Kona by Kanahanai kula.
Section 3 - House lot.
Mauka and all around by Kamooloa kula.
Land from E. Opunui at the time Keaweamahi was governor [governess], no objections.
Kaui, sworn, he has heard Haupu's testimony for Hina's land, it is true.
[Award 5399; R.P. 7736; Kamooloa Kona; 2 ap.; 1 Ac 1 rood 15 rods]