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Oberlinformerly a community in central Wake County NW of Raleigh but now a part of the city of Raleigh.
Obidscommunity in S Ashe County. Alt. approx. 2,800.
Obids Creekrises in SE Ashe county and flows N into South Fork New River.
Obids TownshipSE Ashe County.
Obies Creekrises in N Chatham County and flows NE into Orange County, where it enters Morgan Creek.
Observercommunity in SW Mecklenburg County served by post office, 1900-1915. Named for local Observer School, which in turn was named for the Charlotte Observer
Ocalacommunity in S Jackson County on Fowler Creek.
OccacockSee Ocracoke.
OccamSee Croatan Sound.
Occaneechi Mountaincentral Orange County S of the town of Hillsborough. Named for an Indian tribe mentioned frequently in seventeenth- and eighteenth-century records. The mountain is referred to in a letter of January 31, 1767, by Governor Tryon. Appears but is not named on the Collet map, 1770. Called Occaneeche Hills on the Kerr map, 1882. Alt. approx. 700. Now a local park.