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No. 6528, Hakuole, Lahaina, Maui
Hear ye, O Kaauwai: I, Hakuole, hereby petition you for my land claim at Kalokauai in Lahaina.
No. 6528, Hakuole, June 8, 1849
Kauakane, sworn, I know the lands of the claimant. They are in Polanui, Lahaina. They consist of a house lot and k ....
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The next piece of one loi is bounded:
Mauka by Kaoao's land
Makai, Olowlau and Kaanapali sides by Kaoao's land.
The last piece is bounded: On all sides by Heano's land. This last piece of one loi, was taken away by Makaulia in 1847.
[Award 6528; R.P. 1718; Polanui Lahaina; 5 ap.; 1.19 Acs]