Executive Order 10342

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Signed by President  Harry S. Truman  Saturday, April 12, 1952 Federal Register  page & date: 17 FR 3259, Tuesday, April 15, 1952
See the Notes section for a list of Executive Orders affected by or related to the issuance of this Executive Order.

Executive Order 10342 of April 12, 1952

Restoring Lands of the Sugar Loaf Military Reservation and Right-of-Way Thereto to the Jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii


Whereas a tract of land known as the Sugar Loaf Military Reservation and a right-of-way thereto, at Honolulu Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, which form a part of the public lands ceded and transferred to the United States by the Republic of Hawaii under the joint resolution of annexation of July 7, 1898, 30 Stat. 750, were reserved for military purposes of the United States by Executive Order No. 978 of November 24, 1908, as modified by Executive Orders No. 4179-A of March 20, 1925, and No. 4667 of June 13, 1927; and

Whereas such lands are no longer needed for military purposes and it is deemed advisable and in the public interest that they be restored to the use of the Territory of Hawaii:

Now Therefore, by virtue of the authority vested in me by section 91 of the act of April 30, 1900, 31 Stat. 159, as amended by section 7 of the act of May 27, 1910, 36 Stat. 447, it is ordered as follows:

The following-described tracts of land comprising the Sugar Loaf Military Reservation and right-of-way thereto, both located on the Island of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, are hereby restored to the jurisdiction of the Territory of Hawaii:


  1. Beginning at a concrete monument No. 4, the said monument bearing 181° 03'00"-100.0- feet from Kakea Section Triangulation Station, the said Station Kakea bearing 33° 12'43"-3,269.5 feet to Round Top; thence running by true azimuths and distances, clockwise from south, as follows:

    284° 47'40" 239.50 feet to a concrete monument No. 3;
    2° 44'20" 232.32 feet to a concrete monument No. 2;
    76° 19'00" 41.93 feet to a concrete monument No. 1;
    76° 24'20" 150.28 feet to a concrete monument No. 8;
    92° 42'00" 159.15 feet to a concrete monument No. 7;
    147° 41'00" 89.96 feet to a concrete monument No. 6;
    170° 58'20" 185.45 feet to a concrete monument No. 5;
    250° 30'20" 214.91 feet to the point of beginning;

    containing an area of 2.724 acres, more or less.

  2. Right-of-way: Beginning at a concrete monument, the said monument being No. 1 of Sugar Loaf Military Reservation; thence running by true azimuths and distances as follows:

    256° 19'00" 41.93 feet to a concrete monument No. 2;
    285° 02'30" 124.50 feet to a concrete monument No. 3;
    304° 44'20" 223.94 feet to a concrete monument No. 4;
    321° 02'00" 134.94 feet to a concrete monument No. 5;
    70° 43'40" 20.70 feet to a concrete monument No. 6;
    141° 02'00" 123.71 feet to a concrete monument No. 7;
    124° 44'20" 218.34 feet to a concrete monument No. 8;
    105° 02'30" 158.52 feet to the point of beginning;

    containing an area of 0.230 acre, more or less.

Signature of Harry S. Truman
Harry S. Truman 
The White House,
April 12, 1952.

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