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Sweetwater Creekrises in W Clay County and flows SW and NW into Hiwassee River.
Sweetwater Creekrises in E Graham County and flows SW and nw, where it joins Tulula Creek in forming Cheoah River.
Sweetwater Creekdrains Statons Pond, which see, in central Martin County and flows N into Roanoke River. Appears as Flat Branch on the Collet map, 1770.
Sweetwater GapS Clay County between Kimsey Ridge and Ivy Top.
Sweetwater Gapin E Graham County at the head of Sweetwater Creek.
Sweetwater Springin the headwaters of Haywood Gap Stream in S Haywood County.
Sweetwater TownshipW Clay County.
Sweezy Mountaina peak on Cherry Mountain, E Rutherford County. A large pile of rocks on the W side is known as the Rock House.
Swepsonvillecommunity in central Alamance County. Named for George W. Swepson (1811-83), who built a cotton mill there in 1868. Inc. 1887; charter repealed 1901.
Swift Creekname given Sandy Creek in Hilliardston community, N Nash County. Sandy Creek, which see, rises in SE Vance County. As Swift Creek, it flows SE across Nash County and into Edgecombe County, where it enters Tar River. Swift Creek appears on the Moseley map, 1733.