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Chestnut Topon Buncombe-Henderson county line. Alt. 3,069.
Chestnutwood RidgeW Avery County.
Chetola LakeS Watauga County on Middle Fork [South Fork New River] N of town of Blowing Rock. Formed by a dam constructed in 1920; also fed by Stringfellow Branch. Covers 15 acres, with a max. depth of 20 ft.
Chicamacomicothe name given to three communities on N part of Outer Banks, E Dare County, S of Pea Island: formerly North Rodanthe, South Rodanthe, and Clarks, now known as Rodanthe, Waves, and Salvo.
Chicamacomico Banksthe name commonly given to Pea Island in E Dare County. The name appears on John Lawson's map, 1709, as Chickinnaccomac. A portion of the word is believed to be derived from an Algonquian word for "sinking-down sand."
Chicamacomico Coast Guard Stationin the community of Rodanthe on N Hatteras Island in E Dare County. Est. in 1874 as Lifesaving Station. Lifesaving Service and Revenue Cutter Service joined to form U.S. Coast Guard in 1915. Decommissioned, 1954.
Chickasaw KnobsN Henderson County near Clear Creek. Alt. 2,686.
ChickehaukSee Kitty Hawk.
ChickinacommockSee New Inlet.
ChickinnaccomacSee Chicamacomico Banks.