|Adam's Store||community in NW Mecklenburg County served by post office, 1852-55.|
|Adams||community in central Watauga County.|
|Adams Branch||rises in S central Transylvania County and flows S into French Broad River.|
|Adams Branch||rises in N Cleveland County and flows SE into Knob Creek.|
|Adams Creek||rises in central Cabarrus County and flows SE into Dutch Buffalo Creek. Named for John Adam Blackwelder, an early settler.|
|Adams Creek||rises in central Carteret County and flows N into Craven County, where it enters Neuse River. A canal connecting the headwaters of Adams Creek with Newport River provides access between Newport and Neuse Rivers for the Intracoastal Waterway. For a part of its course, Adams Creek forms the boundary between Carteret and Craven Counties.|
|Adams Creek||rises in E Swain County and flows S between Cooper Creek and Owl Branch into Oconaluftee River.|
|Adams Crossroads||community in W Wake County between Brier Creek and Sycamore Creek.|
|Adams Hollow||in NW Swain County extends S on a tributary of Ekaneetlee Creek to Grill Cove.|
|Adams Mountain||W Caldwell County. Alt. 1,500.|
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