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Raccoon Swamprises in SE Bladen County and flows W into Colly Creek.
Raccoon Swamprises in SE Johnston County and flows S into Neuse River.
Race Prongrises in NE Nash County and flows SE into Beaverdam Swamp.
Rachelcommunity in SW Randolph County served by post office, 1890-1926.
Rackley Mill PondSee McLamb Mill Pond.
Radder Creekrises in NE Cherokee County and flows NE into Worm Creek.
Radford Crossroadscommunity in E Johnston County.
Radicalcommunity in N Wilkes County between Chestnut and Herald Mountains.
Radio Islandland mass between Morehead City and Beaufort, S Carteret County. Takes name from commercial radio station formerly operating on the island.
Raefordtown and county seat, central Hoke County. Settled 1867; inc. 1901. Took its name from the last syllables of two of the town's founders, J. A. MacRae and A. A. Williford. Produces textiles, lumber, concrete, rubber; processes poultry, and cotton. Alt. 262.

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