The section in white is Puueo. This is a photo of a map that was at the Sugar Cane headquarters.
Note the location of the camp just to the left of Amauulu Road
The Eucalyptus Saligna planted after 1980 (Bioenergy Devel Corp) has was cut in 2017
Most of these pictures were taken in the Brewer office building in the early 2000’s, with permission from Ed Olson who had bought the building along with many of the parcels in Puueo.
These pictures have been edited to make them more readable. The documents are very old and had yellowed a lot.
Note that what is now called Kananiapia Falls was then called Leleokoai Falls. Lele means jump, and koai means twirl.
It appears that Amauulu Road existed the, paralleled by a flume.
Note the Pukihai boundary, and the two roads crossing it. The two stream crossings of the Pukihai no longer exist, although there is one a bit farther to the left of the left hand one shown.
Almost no traces of the Amauulu Dairy remain, other than some concrete slabs dropped into the Awahi Stream. The flumes are also gone.
This shows some details more clearly
We have found no trace of this tower or the grounding system, though it existed in 1965.
Water for the camps came from a dam on the Awahi Stream, went through a concrete flume, and then into a pipe that extended down Amauulu. Most of the pipe has been since removed.
Amauulu Camp 5 is also referred to as the Spanish lots, and is shown to have a population of only 5 then
The leftmost area outlined in red covers most of the highest part of Puueo. The small robusta area is barely visible, as it the spring, just to the right of the highest part of the lot.
The cane roads shown here still exist. The next picture shows part of this in higher resolution (and rotated 90 degrees!)
Both the dairy and radio tower are visible. Note the long shadow from the tower. The dark area is robusta. Only three of the original Spanish Lots are visible.
The Spanish Lots still exist, but in only a few years, it was completely changed, making the Puueo Farm lots.
Shows some detail that was missed on the first map.
Unfortunately, a lot of the text on this map is illegible