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No. 7555, Kaawa, January 24, 1848
Hear ye, ye Land Commissioners: I hereby tell of my land in the Ahupua'a of Keaiwa, which adjoins Wailoa, on the west, on the east is the land of Kaapahi, on the south is the sea, on the north is the mountain. I have land in Kauhuula, an Ahupua`a, adjoined on the west by Iliokoloa, on the east is the land of Kauhuula, on the north is the mountain, on the south is the sea.
Furthermore I also have an ili in Kaalaala, named Haleopu. On the north is the mountai ....
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.... ka by Government road
Puna by land of the konohiki
Makai by Kalua's land
Kona by a stream.
Mauka and Puna, Makai by Government land
Kona by land of Kupaa.
Mauka by Government land
Puna and Makai by land of the konohiki
Kona by Government land.
Mauka by land of the konohiki
Puna by Keainea Pali
Makai and Kona by land of the konohiki.
[Award 7555; R.P. 7002; Kaalaala & Keaiwa Kau; 1 ap.; 7.68 Acs]