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An unrecorded upright stone makai of area 3215, now bulldozed

98_4_3215_unrcd.jpg The heiau across from Oneʻula Beach Park. It was designated preservation and in theory is still there.ThumbnailsOneʻula, 1997The heiau across from Oneʻula Beach Park. It was designated preservation and in theory is still there.ThumbnailsOneʻula, 1997The heiau across from Oneʻula Beach Park. It was designated preservation and in theory is still there.ThumbnailsOneʻula, 1997The heiau across from Oneʻula Beach Park. It was designated preservation and in theory is still there.ThumbnailsOneʻula, 1997

This pōhaku was probably not recorded because it lay adjacent to a bulldozer berm made during WWII and because there were no associated cultural features, like a platform. However, the stone had no bulldozer blade marks and appeared to predate the nearby berm.