Executive Order 395A
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Signed by President Theodore Roosevelt Thursday, January 18, 1906  Published: G.O. No. 21, War Dept., January 27, 1906 
See the Notes section for a list of Executive Orders affected by or related to the issuance of this Executive Order. See also Fort Ruger. Kupikipikio Point later known as Black Point. 
In accordance with the recommendation of the Secretary of War, all public lands at and near Diamond Head and at Kupikipikio Point and at Punchbowl Hill, in the Territory of Hawaii, included within metes and bounds, described as follows, are hereby temporarily withdrawn from sale, entry, or other disposition, for military purposes, until it can be determined by actual surveys what portions thereof will be required for permanent military reservations, viz:
 Diamond Head Reservation: Commencing at the southeast corner of this lot on the Waialae Nui boundary, at a stone marked with a cross; Diamond Head Trig. Station bears from this point north 81° 41′ west true, and running by true bearings as follows:
 N. 10° 19′ E., 2,174 feet along Waialae Nui;
 N. 57° 00′ W., 4,815 feet;
 S. 84° 39′ W., 1,545 feet along Lot 33;
 S. 30° 25′ E., 227 feet along Lot 34;
 S. 62° 55′ W., 1,027 feet along Lot 34;
 S. 41° 16′ W., 847 feet along Lot 35;
 S. 44' 36′ W., 940 feet along Lot 35;
 N. 64° 36′ W.. 415 feet along Lot 35;
 S. 32° 00′ W., 188 feet along Lot 25;
 S. 17° 42′ W., 284.5 feet along Lot 26;
 S. 1° 40′ W., 650 feet along Lots 27 and 28;
 S. 31° 03′ W., 613 feet along Lot 29;
 S. 17° 30′ E., 506 feet along Government land;
 S. 64° 13′ W., 330 feet along Government land;
 S. 55° 30′ E., 354 feet along Grant 3219;
 N. 66° 40 E., 152 feet along Government land;
 N. 82° 50′ E., 140.5 feet along Government land;
 N. 53° 00′ E., 141 feet along Government land;
 S. 64° 25′ E., 222 feet along Government land;
 S. 32° W., 269 feet along Government land;
 S. 33° 10′ W., 200 feet along Government land;
 S. 55° 30′ E., 808 feet along Grant 3219;
 N. 71° 17′ E., 22.5 feet along road;
 N. 87° 15′ E., 35.4 feet along road;
 S. 60° 00′ E., 40.5 feet along lower road;
 S. 81° 25′ E., 53 feet along lower road;
 S. 80° 30′ E., 148 feet;
 S. 00° 00′, 135 feet to beach;
 N. 88° 50′ E., 3,155.5 feet along beach;
 N. 14° 43′ W., 83 feet along Lot A;
 N. 75° 24′ E., 397 feet along Lot A;
 N. 81° 26′ E., 282.5 feet along Lot B;
 N. 15° 15′ W., 323 feet along Booth's land;
 N. 66° 30′ E., 113 feet along Booth's land;
 N. 40° 00′ E., 97.5 feet along Booth's land;
 N. 57° 10′ E., 114 feet along Booth's land;
 S. 25° 13′ E., 228 feet along Booth's land;
 N. 54° 39′ E., 323 feet along Lot E;
 N. 48° 10′ E., 212 feel along Lot F;
 N. 4° 17′ W., 97 feet along Peterson's land;
 N. 78° 40′ E., 110 feet along Peterson's lot;
 S. 4° 17′ E., 26.3 feet along Peterson's lot;
 N. 48° 10′ E., 29 feet along Lot F;
 S. 31° 49′ E., 328 feet along Lot F;
 S. 64° 57′ E., 213.2 feet along Lot G;
 N. 82° 49′ E., 338.2 feet along Grant 4674;
 N. 27° 22′ E., 196 feet along Lot H;
 S. 54° 16′ E., 525 feet along Lot H;
 S. 58° 41′ E., 381 feet along Lot I;
 N. 87° 18′ E., 439.5 feet along Lot I to point of beginning.
 Punchbowl Park Reservation: Beginning at a point at the east corner of Prospect and Alapai streets, at a distance of 268.75 feet northwest of a concrete post at the north corner of Prospect and Hackfeld streets, and running by true bearings:
 N. 20° 45′ W., 268.5 feet along Prospect street;
 N. 70° 55′ W., 72.6 feet along Prospect street;
 N. 00° 37′ E., 54 feet along Prospect street;
 N. 27° 4′ W., 101.3 feet along Government land;
 N. 80° 1′ W., 159.2 feet along Government land;
 N. 6° 23′ W., 244.4 feet along Government land;
 N. 38° 34′ W., 268.8 feet along Government land;
 N. 26° 16′ W., 336.9 feet along Government land;
 N. 24° 29′ E., 546.4 feet along Government land;
 N. 28° 21′ E., 437.5 feet along Government land;
 N. 32° 13′ E., 298.1 feet along Government land;
 N. 52° 55′ E., 362.2 feet along Government land;
 N. 71° 5′ E., 230.8 feet along Government land;
 N. 41° 56′ E., 180.2 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 78° 58′ E., 840.3 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 65° 50′ 30″ E., 488 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 67° 6′ 30″ E., 185.3 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 N. 31° 20′ E., 272.6 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 81° 20′ E., 355.6 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 11° 25′ E., 433.7 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 17° 11′ E., 335.3 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 21° 22′ 30″ E., 394.6 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 10° 40′ W., 375.1 feel along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 23° 39′ W., 509.1 feet along Punchbowl drive;
 S. 52° 6′ W., 765.1 feet along Government land;
 S. 49° 12′ W., 226.7 feet along US Navy land;
 N. 53° 52′ W., 194.7 feet crossing Magazine and Prospect streets to east corner of Grant 3769;
 N. 46° 17′ W., 150 feet along Grant 3769;
 S. 44° 40′ W., 81 feet along Grant 3769;
 S. 43° 43′ W., 86 feet along Grant 3501;
 S. 67° 24′ W., 143 feet along Grant 3637;
 S. 43° 30′ W., 185.7 feet along Grant 3655;
 N. 68° 48′ W., 763.95 feet along Grants 3556, 3655, 3505, 3666;
 S. 40° 10′ W., 211.5 feet along Grant 3677 to initial point. Area: 157.5 acres.
The White House, January 18, 1906.
Notes[edit]
 Amended by:
− for Diamond Head (later renamed Fort Ruger):

 Executive Order 1106, July 1, 1909;
 Executive Order 1261, October 31, 1910;
 Executive Order 1377, June 26, 1911;
 Executive Order 1767, April 28, 1913;
 Executive Order 4686, July 11, 1927,
 Executive Order 4689, July 11, 1927;
 Executive Order 5266, January 24, 1930;
 Executive Order 6408, November 7, 1933;
 Executive Order 6468, November 29, 1933;
 Executive Order 10268, July 5, 1951;
 Executive Order 10453, May 18, 1953;
 Executive Order 10496, October 14, 1953;
 Executive Order 10648, December 8, 1955
− for Punchbowl Hill:

 Executive Order 1531, May 11, 1912;
 Executive Order 2253, October 6, 1915;
 Executive Order 5157, July 13, 1929;
 Executive Order 5265, January 24, 1930;
 Executive Order 5693, August 24, 1931
 See Related:
 Not Fully Ascertained
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