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In area 1387 an upright slab and small platform , bulldozed to make the footprint of the ʻEwa Marina

97_8_1387-H.jpg A small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsOneʻula, Area 3216, 1998A small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsOneʻula, Area 3216, 1998A small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsOneʻula, Area 3216, 1998A small unrecorded ahu with an upright stone in area 3203, just prior to its being bulldozedThumbnailsOneʻula, Area 3216, 1998

The upright was at the makai end of a small platform. In the bushes further makai was a low, linear platform in excellent shape, which unfortunately I never photographed. The archeologist who surveyed this area for Haseko Corporation wrote in his report that this and nearly all other 400 sites at Oneʻula were "temporary habitations."