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No. 7422, Kaawa, Pupukea, Oahu, January 22, 1848
To the Land Commissioners: I, Kaawa, am a claimant of land at Pupukea, in the mo`o of Kapuaa. There is also a fishery pertaining to it. It is bounded on the north by Kanae's land, on the east by Kailialoha's upland and Ehu's, on the south by Ehu's mo`o, on the west by the sea.
The salt land is in the mo`o of ....
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.... el, in Kapuaa Mo`o.
Waialua and Makai, seashore
Koolaupoko, land of Kanae.
He received this land from his parents, from the time of Kamehameha I and has occupied this land in peace until the month of February 1850, when he left the land and gave it to someone else and went to Helemano The land is for Ehu.
Kaiki, sworn, I know this land.
[No. 7422 not awarded]