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Sampson GapW Yancey County on Sampson Mountain near the head of Simms Fork.
Sampson MountainSE Watauga County. Alt. 4,716.
Sampson MountainW Yancey County, extends SE from the head of Simms Fork to Slickrock Knob. Alt. 4,826 at Sampson Peak on the mountain.
Sampson PointS Currituck County E of community of Point Harbor, extends into Albemarle Sound. Shown on U.S. Coast Survey map, 1865.
Sampson's Chimneyrock formation on Howard Knob, central Watauga County.
Sams Branchrises in SW Buncombe County near Twelve O'clock Top and flows W into South Hominy Creek.
Sams Branchrises in W Mitchell County and flows SW into Nolichucky River.
Sams Branchrises in W Pitt County and flows NE into Tar River.
Sams Gapon the Madison County, N.C.-Unicoi County, Tenn., line.
Sams Gapon the Swain County, N.C.-Sevier County, Tenn., line in Great Smoky Mountains National Park near lat. 35°34'02" N., long. 83°38'12" W.


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