|Salt Rock Gap||S Yancey County on Buncombe Horse Range Ridge.|
|Salter Creek||rises in NE Carteret County and flows SE into Nelson Bay.|
|Salter Path||community near the center of Bogue Banks, S Carteret County. Settlement begun about 1900 on property owned by John A. Royall of Boston, Mass. A court judgment in 1923 restricted the settlement to 84 acres and declared that only persons then resident at Salter Path and their descendants could occupy the land. See also Rice Path.|
|Salters Lake||a natural lake in central Bladen County on Ellis Creek 6 mi. N of Elizabethtown. Covers 315 acres, with a max. depth of 10 ft. State owned and open to the public. Fishing, swimming, and boating. Part of Jones Lake State Park, which see.|
|Salters Lumps||two small islands in Brett Bay off Piney Point, NE Carteret County.|
|Salton Gap||N Buncombe County between North Knob and Grassy Knob.|
|Saltrock Branch||rises in NE Buncombe County and flows SE into North Fork [Swannanoa River].|
|Saltrock Branch||rises in SE Macon County and flows NW into Cullasaja River.|
|Saltrock Gap||S Macon County on Tennessee Valley Divide.|
|Saluda||town in SW Polk County. Settled 1878 after the construction of the railroad. Inc. 1881. Took its name from the Indian word salutah (corn river). Alt. 2,097.|
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