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Eaglenest Branchrises in E Transylvania County near Black Knob and flows NE into Little River.
Eaglenest Creekrises in W Haywood County and flows SE into Richland Creek.
Eaglenest MountainW Haywood County on the head of Eaglenest Creek.
Eaglenest RidgeW Haywood County, extends E from Rattlesnake Knob to Eaglenest Mountain.
Eagles Islanda group of swampy islands in W New Hanover County between Cape Fear and Brunswick Rivers opposite Wilmington. Named for Joseph and Richard Eagle, eighteenth-century settlers in the vicinity. See also Dram Tree Point. Appears as Cranes Island on the Ogilby map, 1671.
Eagleton Pointpoint of land extending NW from Colington Island into the waters of Kitty Hawk Bay, N Dare County. Also known as North Point and Eggleston Point.
Eagletowncommunity in SE Northampton County; an early Quaker settlement. Served by post office, 1887-1907.
Eakers Cornercommunity on Stoney Run in W Cleveland County.
Earltown in S Cleveland County. Inc. 1889, but long inactive in municipal affairs. Named for Abel Earl, local landowner. Alt. 925. Produced manufactured fibers.
Earl MountainNE Rutherford County between the head of Duncans Creek and South Creek.