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No. 7254, Makahuluhulu, Honolulu, February 10,. 1848
Greetings to the Land Commissioners at Hale Kauila: I, Makahuluhulu, whose name is on this letter, hereby state my claim for land at Alewa, for the lo`i po`alimas and the work days. However, I care for the lo`is and the work days under Matthew Kekuanaoa.
However, my own claim is for five lo`i and a kula which is spoken of as a house lot, adjoining Honolulu lo`i. There are also some planted trees - fourteen halas, and the kula which goes with them, which were lost in the surveying ....
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No. 7254, Makahuluhulu, 6 November 1851
Muimui, sworn, I have seen this place in Alewa, Honolulu, Oahu - 4 patches and a house lot in one section.
Mauka, Mahoe's land
Waikiki, T.B.C. Rooke's land
Makai and Ewa, Polikua's land.
Land from M. Kekuanaoa before Lord George's uproar and Makahuluhulu has always lived there in peace.
Poomanu, sworn, Muimui's statements are true, no disputes.
[Award 7254; R.P. 2667; Alewa Honolulu Kona; 1 ap.; .6 Ac.]