|Dutchman Creek||rises in SE Brunswick County and flows SE into the Cape Fear River.|
|Dutchman Creek||rises in S central Wake County and flows NE into Swift Creek.|
|Dutchman Mountain||peak in W Randolph County.|
|Dutchman Ridge||mountain peak on the Buncombe-McDowell county line.|
|Dutchmans Creek||is formed in NE Gaston County by the junction of Leepers Creek and Killians Creek and flows SE into Catawba River.|
|Dutchmans Creek||rises in W Montgomery County and flows SW into Island Creek.|
|Dutchmans Creek||approx. 30 mi. long, rises in S Yadkin County and flows S into NE Iredell County and then SE across Davie County into Yadkin River near the Horseshoe. Appears on the Collet map, 1770.|
|Dutchville Township||SW Granville County. A nineteenth-century post office in the SW part of the county was called Dutchville, and in 1790 there was a Dutch District that had 76 heads of families reported in the census for that year.|
|Dwight||community in W Perquimans County served by post office, 1892-1904.|
|Dyeleaf Creek||rises on the S side of Spring Mountain in NE Buncombe County and flows W through Laughter Cove into Cane Creek. Named for Sweet Leaf or Horse-sugar (Symplocos tinctoria), the leaves and bark of which yield a yellow dye.|
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