Location: ‘Ili of Kaaumakua
Recorded at: Honouliuli
Date: Sept. 18, 1847
Native Register To the Honorable Commissioners who quiet land claims of the
Hawaiian Islands. Aloha to you. I hereby tell you my land, as instructed in by the
Law. I tell you of the various things. This land is there in Honouliuli, Ewa, Island of
Oahu. Here are its boundaries: towards the North, Loko o Kalahu (pond of Kalahu);
towards the East, the land of Kalama; towards the South, Puaaluu; towards the
West, the Loko of Kalahu. Here are my houses, there at Kaaumakua, in Honouliuli.
Here are the boundaries: towards the North, Mokumeha; towards the East, the sea
(ﬁshery) of Kaaumakua; towards the South, the pali (cliﬀ) of Holeinui; towards the
West, Mokumeha. My residency is from Kaope.
I am with appreciation, to all you, your obedient servant. Naholowaa X.2
1See continuation of the claim in Helu 1570 C.
2Book 2, p. 406, Sept. 18, 1847.