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Indian Islandapprox. 500 acres of arable land in North River Pocosin, SE Camden County, bounded on the E by North River. Island formerly was home to a thickly settled community, but it is now abandoned. Named for the large number of Indian artifacts that have been found there.
Indian Knobpeak on Indian Ridge, W Haywood County near lat. 35°40'06" N., long. 83°07'43" W., in Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Alt. 5,120.
Indian LandingE Beaufort County on Pungo River.
Indian RidgeW Haywood County in Great Smoky Mountains National Park, a spur extending S from Mount Sterling Ridge, center near lat. 35°40' N., long. 83°07'10" W.
Indian RidgeSW Macon County between Big Indian Creek and Nantahala River.
Indian RidgeW Swain County on a bend in Nantahala River; now surrounded at the SW end by the backwaters of Fontana Lake.
Indian Runrises in E Beaufort County in Pantego Swamp and flows E into Pungo River.
Indian Spring Branchrises in SW Buncombe County near the Haywood County line and flows W into South Hominy Creek.
Indian Springscommunity in S Wayne County near a tributary of Smith Millpond. The site was settled as early as 1829 and named for local springs traditionally used by Saponi Indians.
Indian Springs TownshipSE Wayne County. First listed on county tax records in 1838.