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No. 5943, Pahu, Keauhou, Hawaii, January 27, 1848
Greetings to you, the Ministers of Interior: I am again petitioning you for the lihi /edge/ of my former land. At this time the petition is for the kihapais. The coconut land is the tenth of my kihapais. I formerly petitioned you for 10 kihapais - this is the 12th, of the coconut trees, an ancient lihi /edge/ from the /time of the ....
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.... s from Naheana in 1841, no one has objected to him. An orange tree is at Kionalua ili land Popoki, Keokokupuli's wife had planted it. This orange tree was given to Kaili by Luhi in 1848 probably, no one had objected.
Lono, sworn, Both he and Keamohuli had known in the same way.
[Award 5943; Land Patent 8151; Keauhou Kona; 3 ap.; 1.5 Acs; See also No. 5900 for Native Register document]