|Sampson Gap||W Yancey County on Sampson Mountain near the head of Simms Fork.|
|Sampson Mountain||SE Watauga County. Alt. 4,716.|
|Sampson Mountain||W Yancey County, extends SE from the head of Simms Fork to Slickrock Knob. Alt. 4,826 at Sampson Peak on the mountain.|
|Sampson Point||S Currituck County E of community of Point Harbor, extends into Albemarle Sound. Shown on U.S. Coast Survey map, 1865.|
|Sampson's Chimney||rock formation on Howard Knob, central Watauga County.|
|Sams Branch||rises in SW Buncombe County near Twelve O'clock Top and flows W into South Hominy Creek.|
|Sams Branch||rises in W Mitchell County and flows SW into Nolichucky River.|
|Sams Branch||rises in W Pitt County and flows NE into Tar River.|
|Sams Gap||on the Madison County, N.C.-Unicoi County, Tenn., line.|
|Sams Gap||on 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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