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Clarrissacommunity in S Mitchell County served by post office, 1887-1952.
Clawhammer CoveN Transylvania County, extends S from Clawhammer Mountain to Avery Creek.
Clawhammer Creekrises in N Transylvania County and flows E into South Fork Mills River.
Clawhammer Mountainin N Transylvania County between Clawhammer Cove and Clawhammer Creek.
ClaySee Linville.
Claycommunity in E Granville County.
Clay Countywas formed in 1861 from Cherokee County. In the W section of the state, it is bounded by the state of Georgia and by Cherokee and Macon Counties. It was named for Kentucky senator Henry Clay (1777-1852). Area: 219 sq. mi. County seat: Hayesville, with an elevation of 1,893 ft. Townships are Brasstown, Hayesville, Hiwassee, Shooting Creek, Sweetwater, and Tusquittee. Produces corn, cable, cattle, hay, poultry, lumber, and apparel.
Clay Forkcommunity in SE Cumberland County served by post office, 1875-1906.
Clay KnobSee Nigger Head.
Claybrookcommunity in NW Rockingham County served by post office, 1890-95.