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No. 6388*Mo, E. Kuakamauna
I hereby tell you of my claims which I have received.
The Mo`i has divided the separated as follow: Ahaino and Keopuka, ahupua`as on the Island of Molokai.
There are some lots also in Ahaino. On the Island of Maui in the Hana District, my wahine received the Ahupua`a of Alemai in the division by the Mo`i.
Also, from my chief, I received the ahupua`a of Awawaie, on Molokai, and Puaa, an `ili in Lahaina, Island of Maui. ....
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.... stated. C. Kanaina left Kahukuloa with me, and it has been entered as a shore of the Mo`i, but I have a claim there for the things I made when I was living there.
There are also two ponds at Makaakaa and at Kapoho, in the Ahupua`a of Waihee on Maui.
There are two house lots at Waipukua, Island of Maui.
There is also a mala of coconut trees from Z. Kaauwai, and this is for him when the time comes to make the award.
[No. 6388 not awarded; See Award 8660]