|Talleys Crossing||community in E Forsyth County.|
|Tallulah River||rises in SE Clay County and flows SE into Towns County, Ga., where it enters Tugaloo River.|
|Tally Ho||community in W Granville County. A post office est. there 1830 was moved to Stem in 1889, and the name was changed. Alt. 500. Named for the traditional call of fox hunters when the quarry is sighted. Fox hunting was a popular sport in the area in the eighteenth and early nineteenth centuries.|
|Tally Ho Township||W central Granville County.|
|Tamarack||community in N Watauga County on Hoskin Fork. Post Office est. 1902 and closed 1966; surrounding community generally known as Pottertown. Named for tamarisk tree.|
|Tamban Branch||rises in central Duplin County and flows W into Northeast Cape Fear River.|
|Tampa||community in S Mecklenburg County served by post office, 1888-1903.|
|Tan Yard||See Eldorado.|
|Tanasee Bald||mountain peak on the Haywood-Transylvania county line at the junction of Pisgah Ridge and Tanasee Ridge in Pisgah National Forest. Lat. 35°17'30" N., long. 82°55'03" W. Alt. 5,560. The Cherokee name for the peak was Tsul-ka-lu-tsu-na-gun-yi|
|Tanasee Creek||rises in E Jackson County at Mount Hardy Gap and flows approx. 9 mi. SW to enter Tuckasegee River.|
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