|Callahan Branch||rises in E Madison County and flows NE into Laurel Creek.|
|Callaway Mountain||central Yancey County parallel to Cane River.|
|Callisons||community in central Pamlico County.|
|Caltolina||former lumbering community in E Person and W Granville Counties. A 1,300-acre tract belonging to the John Pomfret Webb family and later to the Calton family, from which the name was developed. The tract was divided into 15 farms about 1919.|
|Calvander||community in SE Orange County. Formed from the name of Calvin Andrews, who operated Andrews's Academy there. The post office was first known as Faucette. Andrews's wife was Elizabeth Faucette.|
|Calvert||community in S Transylvania County between Calloway Creek and French Broad River.|
|Calvin||See Carbon City.|
|Calypso||town in NW Duplin County. Settled about 1890, inc. 1913. Alt. 167. Named for the sea nymph in Homer's Odyssey Produces lumber.|
|Calypso Community Pond||on the head of Dicks Branch in NW Duplin County.|
|Cam Branch||rises in N Duplin County and flows E into Northeast Cape Fear River.|
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