|Salisbury||city and county seat, E central Rowan County. Est. 1755. Presumably named for the town in England but possibly for the town in Maryland, the point of origin of some of the earliest settlers in Rowan County. Catawba and Livingstone Colleges are there. Produces textiles, processed food, corrugated boxes, furniture, chemicals, machinery, structural steel, and wire cloth. Alt. 764.|
|Salisbury District||at the time of the 1790 census, was composed of Guilford, Iredell, Mecklenburg, Montgomery, Rockingham, Rowan, Stokes, and Surry Counties.|
|Salisbury Township||E Rowan County.|
|Salisbury West||unincorporated outskirts of city of Salisbury, E central Rowan County.|
|Sally Archer Crossroads||community in SE Hertford County.|
|Sally Branch||rises in E Franklin County and flows N into Lick Meadow Branch.|
|Sally Branch||rises in E Haywood County and flows SW into Fines Creek.|
|Sally Cove Branch||rises in NW Macon County and flows N into Whiteoak Creek.|
|Sally Gap||S Swain County between Yalaka Creek and Little Yalaka Creek.|
|Sally Haines Branch||rises in E Haywood County and flows N into Pigeon River.|
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