|Sadler||community in E Rockingham County served by post office, 1898-1910.|
|Safe||community in SW Duplin County served by post office, 1888-1903. Name derived from the fact that the first postmaster, Jacob Carr, operated a store and therein had a large safe, the only one in the area.|
|Sag Branch||rises in W Haywood County and flows NW into Caldwell Fork.|
|Sage Path||site of early settlement on the E end of Bogue Banks, S Carteret County. Storms drove out early settlers until the settlement of Salter Path, which see.|
|Sage Rock||peak in W Yancey County on Sevenmile Ridge near the head of Murphy Branch.|
|Sages Ordinary||See Holly Ridge.|
|Sago||community in central Mecklenburg County served by post office, 1891-1902.|
|Sahara of North Carolina||See Sandhills.|
|Sahlee Creek||rises in N Swain County and flows SE into Deep Creek.|
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