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Da-loh-no-gehSee Yellow Mountain.
Da-tsu-la-gun-yiSee Cold Mountain.
Dabbscommunity in S central Caswell County.
Dabneycommunity in W Vance County. Named for local store operator.
Dabney TownshipW Vance County.
Dads Topmountain peak N of Twelve O'clock Top on the Buncombe-Haywood county line.
Dailys Creekrises in W Lenoir County and flows NE into Neuse River. Probably named for John Dailey, who settled there about 1800.
Dairy Branchflows SW thorough Mecklenburg County into Little Sugar Creek.
Dalecommunity in SE Surry County served by post office, 1894-1904.
Dalilacommunity in central Sampson County served by post office, 1892-1904.


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