|"Unorganized Territory,"||former designation for most of the area formerly in Mattamuskeet Township, central Hyde County. Owned by the federal government and used as a fish and wildlife reservation. Residents vote and list taxes in Lake Landing Township.|
|30 Mile Post||marked corner on the North Carolina-Georgia state line, SE Clay County 30 mi. W of Ellicott Rock, which see. Survey completed to the corner in 1819. There the state line turns due S for 1,983 ft. to Montgomery Corner, which see.|
|Añadales Chase||an otherwise unidentified designation appearing on the Smith map, 1624, shown between what is now Tar and Roanoke Rivers, NW of the head of Pungo River, probably in what is now N Pitt and Martin Counties.|
|Aaron||See Hood Swamp.|
|Aaron Branch||rises in N Mitchell County and flows SE into Bean Creek.|
|Aaron Creek||rises in NE Cherokee County and flows NW into Taylor Creek.|
|Aaron Duff||See Iron Duff.|
|Aaron Swamp||rises in W Robeson County and flows S into Ashpole Swamp.|
|Aarons Corner||community in N Stokes County. Named for a church.|
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