|Dark Ridge||community in N Avery County.|
|Dark Ridge Creek||rises in NE Jackson County and flows NW into Scott Creek.|
|Dark Ridge Creek||rises in N Avery County and flows W into Tennessee, where it enters Elk River.|
|Darkridge Gap||mountain gap in N Avery County.|
|Darlington||community in central Halifax County. Also known as Buzzardtown.|
|Darlington||community in N Rutherford County served by post office, 1887-1904.|
|Darnell||community in NW Wilkes County on a tributary of North Fork Reddies River. Named for Abdiel Darnell, who settled in the vicinity shortly after 1800.|
|Dasemunkepeuc||See Manns Harbor.|
|Dashoga Ridge||NE Swain County in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Its center is near lat. 35°40'40" N., long. 83°14'55" W.|
|Dave Barrett Creek||See Right Fork [Eagle Creek].|
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