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Jackson Creekrises in W Randolph County and flows SE into Uwharrie River.
Jackson Creekcommunity in W Randolph County.
Jackson Gapon the McDowell-Mitchell county line.
Jackson Hamleta black community in S Moore County between towns of Aberdeen and Pinehurst. Est. about 1899 and named for James Jackson, an original resident.
Jackson Hillcommunity in S Davidson County. Said to have been named because an admirer of Andrew Jackson raised a flagstaff there to celebrate Jackson's election to the presidency, 1828. A post office as early as 1830.
Jackson Hill TownshipS Davidson County.
Jackson KnobSE Gaston County approx. 1 mi. SW of Boogertown. Alt. 1,080.
Jackson Knobon the McDowell-Mitchell county line. Alt. 3,223.
Jackson Line Mountainextends SE from W central Swain County to Little Yalaka Creek in S part of the county.
Jackson Springstown in SW Moore County on Jackson Creek. Inc. 1921; named for William Jackson, who settled nearby in 1754. The mineral spring, developed as a resort in the late nineteenth century, was patronized largely by wealthy cotton growers of North Carolina and South Carolina. The hotel there burned in 1932. Alt. 730.