|30 Mile Post||marked corner on the North Carolina-Georgia state line, SE Clay County 30 mi. W of Ellicott Rock, which see. Survey completed to the corner in 1819. There the state line turns due S for 1,983 ft. to Montgomery Corner, which see.|
|Ta-loh-na||See Yellow Mountain.|
|Tabbs Creek||rises in E Granville County and flows SE across SW Vance County into Tar River on the Vance-Franklin county line. Appears on the Collet map, 1770, as Tans Creek, probably as an engraver's error. For a time prior to 1764, the Granville County Courthouse was located on Tabbs Creek. Tabb's Creek District had 57 heads of families at the time of the 1790 census.|
|Tabernacle||community in SE Guilford County served by post office, 1880-1903; the mail was sent to Climax after 1903.|
|Tabernacle Township||W central Randolph County.|
|Table Rock Branch||rises in NE Swain County and flows SW into Straight Fork.|
|Table Rock Mountain||NW Burke County in Pisgah National Forest. Alt. 3,918. Summit accessible by foot trail. Appears on the Collet map, 1770, as Table Mountain. Known by the Cherokee Indians as Namonda|
|Tablerock||community in NW Burke County.|
|Tabor Branch||rises in N Swain County and flows SE into Bradley Fork.|
|Tabor City||town in SW Columbus County. Settled 1886. Inc. 1905 as Tabor; name changed to Tabor City, 1935. Named for Mt. Tabor Presbyterian Church. Produces lumber, processed food. Alt. 50.|
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