|Yaupon Creek||a bay in E Pamlico County in the waters of Bay River.|
|Yawpim||appears on the Moseley map, 1733, as a community in E Pasquotank Precinct, now Camden County, on North River. The name survives elsewhere as Yeopim, which see.|
|Yeates Knob||See Big Butte.|
|Yeatesville||town in E Beaufort County on Pungo Creek. Inc. 1881, but long inactive in municipal affairs. Named for Jesse J. Yeates (1829-92), Confederate officer and member of Congress.|
|Yellow Bald||S Macon County between Hurricane Creek and Bearpen Creek.|
|Yellow Branch||rises in NE Swain County and flows SE into Raven Fork.|
|Yellow Buck Ridge||N Caldwell County. Named by Bryson Coffey for a large yellow buck that he killed there. Alt. approx. 1,500.|
|Yellow Creek||rises in N Graham County and flows W into Cheoah River.|
|Yellow Creek||rises in NW Haywood County and flows SE into Big Creek.|
|Yellow Creek Gap||N Graham County between the headwaters of Yellow Creek and Tuskeegee Creek.|
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