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No. 5610, Kalama, Honokohau, 27 January 1848
In accordance with the call of the land commissioners in the Alele, to hasten in placing our claims before the 14th day of February: Greetings to the Land Commissioners: I hereby state my claim for land in the `ili of Kaulanakaloa. There are 15 lo`i, 3 clumps of bamboo, 1 clump of lauhala, also some clumps of olona on various banks of the stream. Those are my rightful claims in this `Ili. There are some places suitable for planting other things. In a dry place also, there are 14 /claims/. Furthermore, in the `Ili of Elekini I have a claim for land. I will explain its boundaries and its cultivation.
On the north is the stream, on the east is Keauhou, on the south is Iole, on the west is Punalau. A portion of this `Ili is a shore fishery which runs to the fishery of Punalau on the w ....
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.... I, now it is from Kalama's father, no objection.
Section 1 - House lot at Elekini.
Mauka by prison pasture
Lahaina by pali
Makai by Government road
Kahakuloa by Kaiki
Section 2 - Taro land at Elekini
Mauka by S. Hanemo's land
Lahaina by pali
Makai by Prison patch
Kahakuloa by Nahuina's land
1 Poalima is in the section.
Section 3 - Taro land - Kunukea ili.
Mauka by Lapauli's land
Lahaina by Lapauli and Kaiui's land
Makai by Kamakaluku
Kahakuloa by stream.
Section 4 - Taro land at Kaulanakoloa ili.
Mauka by Kailimelemele
Lahaina by pali, stream
Makai by stream
Kahakuloa by Honokohau Pali.
[Award 5610; R.P. 4200; Elekini Honokohau Kaanapali; 2 ap.; 1.2 Acs; Kaulanakoloa Honokohau Kaanapali; 1 ap.; 2.4 Acs; Kiula Honokohau Kaanapali; 1 ap.; .39 Ac.]