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Pake (Ah Ling) and Kaminaka Camps
Location: Both camps were located between the Kamaee and Honohina Camps, about ½ and 1 mile mauka of Mamalahoa Hwy. At about 600 and 900 elevation and beside Awapuhi Gulch
Camp size: Pake had about 6 dwellings and a community hall. Kaminaka had about 4 dwellings (no dwelling photos are available.) It appears that all dwellings were vacant by the early 1950s.
Time period: The map dates to 1947. Occupant list and house photos date to the early ‘60s.