|Neatman||community in S central Stokes County. A post office operated there, 1857-1903.|
|Neatman Creek||rises in S central Stokes County and flows S into Town Fork Creek.|
|Nebo||community in E McDowell County. Inc. 1909; charter repealed 1943. Alt. 1,282. A popular Methodist campground there before the Civil War was known as Nebo for the biblical mountain. When the North Carolina Railroad was constructed, the station there took the name of the campground.|
|Nebo||community in N central Yadkin County. Once known as Mount Nebo.|
|Nebo Township||E McDowell County.|
|Nebraska||town in E Hyde County. Inc. 1855, but long inactive in municipal affairs. Probably named because of the importance of the Kansas-Nebraska Act of 1854, which repealed the Missouri Compromise.|
|Ned Branch||rises in central Haywood County and flows SE into Hemphill Creek.|
|Ned Gap||in SW Jackson County between Rich Mountain and West Fork [Dicks Creek].|
|Neddie Creek||rises in E Jackson County and flows SE into Tuckasegee River.|
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