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Queen Anne's Creekrises in S Chowan County and flows SW into the E side of Edenton Bay. Known as Mattacomack Creek prior to about 1712. The present name appears in local records as early as 1712. See also Pembroke Creek.
Queen Anne's TownSee Edenton.
Queen Branchrises in N Macon County and flows SW into Little Tennessee River.
Queen Creekrises in S Haywood County and flows E into West Fork Pigeon River.
Queen Creekrises in NW Henderson County and flows SE into South Fork.
Queen Creek MountainNW Henderson County, extends SE from Yellow Gap to Buttermilk Mountain. Alt. 3,650.
Queen InletSee Mason Inlet.
Queen MountainSE Macon County between Sassafras Gap and Big Creek.
Queen Ridgeextends NE between Snowbird and Squally Creeks in W Graham County.


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