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Dodge, F. S.
Willis, C. J.
Kanakanui, S. M.
Alexander, W. D.
Alexander, M. D.
Molokai. Triangulation by W. D. Alexander and M. D. Alexander. Topography and Boundaries by M. D. Monsarrat. Map by F. S. Dodge, C. J. WIllis, and S. M. Kanakanui. Scale 1:90,000. 1897. (At head of title:) Hawaiian Government Survey, W. D. Alexander, Surveyor-General.
Color lithographed map. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. The lands comprising the public domain are now classed as public lands. Formerly, they were of two classes, (1) the Crown lands, being those reserved by Kamehameha III for his private use in the great division of 1848, and which have been transferred by descent, conveyance and legislation to be a part of the public domain, and (2) Government lands, the revenues from which were to be used for the maintenance of the government. The Crown lands are colored yellow and the Government lands are green. The boundaries are the same as were designated in the division of 1848. In general these lands have Land Commission Awards, Grants, etc., throughout the choice sections owned by private parties.
Molokai (Hawaii), Molokai (Hawaii) -- Maps, Hawaii -- Molokai
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