|Tanasee Gap||in Tanasee Ridge on the Jackson-Transylvania county line in Pisgah and Nantahala National Forests.|
|Tanasee Ridge||on the Jackson-Transylvania county line, forms the boundary between Nantahala and Pisgah National Forests. It is approx. 11 mi. long and extends NW from the Blue Ridge.|
|Tanawha||See Grandfather Mountain.|
|Tanbark Gap||SW Cherokee County between Pack Top and Potato Creek.|
|Tanbark Ridge||central Buncombe County between Jones Cove and Bull Creek.|
|Tandaquomuc||an Indian village of either the Weapemeoc or Chowanoac tribes located in what is now SE Bertie County between the mouths of Chowan and Roanoke Rivers. Appears on the De Bry map, 1590. The name may have meant "where the road goes by the big evergreens."|
|Tank Creek||rises in NW Cumberland County and flows NE into Little River.|
|Tantram Branch||rises in SE Buncombe County near Patton Gap in the Swannanoa Mountains and flows S into Trantham Creek.|
|Tantroft Branch||See Tantrough Branch.|
|Tantrough Branch||rises in E central Yancey County and flows N into Little Crabtree Creek. Named for the wooden trough used in tanning hides that an early settler had there. The spelling Tantroft is also used.|
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