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Bald Mountain TownshipNE Watauga County.
Bald Mountainsin Haywood, Madison, and Yancey Counties, N.C., and Cocke, Greene, and Unicoi Counties, Tenn., forming the common boundary line of North Carolina and Tennessee from the Pigeon River, near lat. 36°04'20" N., long. 82°24'30" W., to the Nolichucky River, near lat. 35°46'15" N., long. 83°04'50" W. On 25 of 40 miscellaneous maps, 1795-1930, the section of the mountains between Pigeon River and the French Broad River bears no name; and the names on 15 maps vary between Iron, Great Iron, Smoky, and Great Smoky. There is also some usage of Max Patch.
Bald of Humpback MountainS Mitchell County at the head of Rose Creek.
Bald Pointpeninsula extending from S Hatteras Island, S Dare County, into Pamlico Sound.
Bald RidgeN Swain County between Slab Camp Branch and Advalorem Branch.
Bald Ridgecentral Avery County.
Bald Rockmountain on the Jackson-Transylvania county line at the head of Tucker Creek. Alt. 4,150. Part of Tennessee Ridge, which see.
Bald Rock MountainS Jackson County, bordered on SW by Fairfield Lake and on N and W by Trays Island Creek. Alt. 4,232.
Bald Spot MountainSee Gregory Bald.
Bald Spring Branchrises in N Clay County and flows SW into Fires Creek.