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Caffey's Inletformer inlet N of present town of Duck, E Dare County. In 1788 George Caffee bought a tract in the area but lost much of it when a small inlet cut through his property. Also known as Providence Inlet.
Caffey's Inlet Stationwas built by the U.S. Lifesaving Service in 1874 at Caffey's Inlet. Destroyed by fire, its replacement, built 1899, later served U.S. Coast Guard. Later housed restaurant.
Cagle Branchrises in W Jackson County and flows SE into Savannah Creek.
Cagles Millcommunity in NE Montgomery County served by post office, 1876-1921.
Cahabacommunity in SW Bertie County.
Cahoogue Creekrises in SE Craven County approx. 3 mi. NW of North Harlowe and flows approx. 3½ mi. NW into Hancock Creek.
Cahoon Pointextends from E Onslow County into White Oak River. Named for John Cahoon, early settler.
Caintuck TownshipSee Canetuck Township.
Cairocommunity in S Wake County. Named for the city in Egypt.
Cairocommunity in SE Anson County. Served by post office, 1878-1904. Center of rich farming land. Named for Cairo, Egypt, also a center of rich farming land.

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