|Dunn Creek||rises in S Transylvania County and flows NW into French Broad River.|
|Dunn Mountain||S Rowan County S of Crane Creek and NE of the town of Granite Quarry. Alt. approx. 1,000. Named for John Dunn, early attorney and clerk of Rowan County court.|
|Dunn Swamp||rises in NW Columbus County and flows NW into Porter Swamp.|
|Dunn Township||former township in SE Franklin County, now township no. 1.|
|Dunns Creek||rises near Brushy Mountain in W Transylvania County and flows NE into Catheys Creek.|
|Dunns Rock||peak in NE Transylvania County S of French Broad River.|
|Dunns Rock Township||SE Transylvania County.|
|Dunnsville||See Neuse Crossroads.|
|Dunsmore||community in SW Buncombe County on Stony Fork.|
|Dunsmore Cove||valley of Dunsmore Cove Branch, SE Buncombe County near Ridgecrest.|
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