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No. 5873, Kahanaumaiki, Honolulu, February 2, 1848
To the Commissioners for Quieting Land Titles, Respectful Greetings: I hereby state my claim for land from the Mo`i. It is on the Island of Oahu, in the Ahupua`a of Waikiki, `Ili of Kaluaolohe. At Ewa in the Ahlupua`a of Manana, `Ili of Keahua. These `Ilis I understand are form the mo`i, therefore it is possible for me to explain them to you and my true claim to them.
I am, with aloha,
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.... , See 526 page volume 3 Native Testimony
No. 2551, Wahineaea X
No. 5873, Kahanaumaikai (copy)
Kahanaumaikai's lands as listed in the Mahele Registry.
Kaluaolohe, ili of Waikiki, Kona, Oahu.
Keahua ili of Mananaiki, Ewa, Oahu.
A true copy from the Mahele Registry.
Minister of Interior office, Sept. 30, 1852
A.G. Thruston Secretary, K.K.
[Award 5873; R.P. 2576 & 2766; Kaluahole Waikiki Kona;1 ap.; 102.5 Acs; Keahua Manananui Ewa; 5 ap.; 17.290 Acs]