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Back Landing Creekrises in the highlands of Indian Island, SE Camden County, and flows SE into North River.
Back Marshrises in N Duplin County and flows SW into Northeast Cape Fear River.
Back of Beyondname given to far western counties by Horace Kephart in Our Southern Highlanders (1913). Derived from longtime inaccessibility of region.
Back Soundbetween Shackleford Banks and Harkers Island in SE Carteret County.
Back Swamprises in W Robeson County and flows SE into Lumber River in central Robeson County.
Back Swamprises in NW Onslow County and flows SW into Duplin County, where it enters Cypress Creek.
Back Swamprises in NW Nash County and flows SE into Big Peachtree Creek.
Back Swamp Townshipcentral Robeson County.
Backcountryterm used during the early settlement and colonial period for the vast interior of North Carolina, located away from the coastline and including both the modern-day Piedmont and Mountain regions.
Bad Branchrises in E Macon County and flows SW into Big Creek.


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