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Island: Hawaiʻi: Hilo
Ahupuaa: Waiakea
Feature: ahupuaʻa
Comments: Returned by Kaunuohua, retained by Crown at the Māhele. "A legendary man, ʻUlu (breadfruit) lived here. He died of starvation and was buried near a running spring. Next morning a breadfruit tree laden with fruit was found there, ending the famine." (PEM)
Lexicology: wai-ākea. PEM: broad waters.
Source: MB 96,192; IN 26; PEM 219; USGS 1963.
Quadrangle: 10-35
North: 316,000
East: 657,000
Catalog Number: 321.01.000

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