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ConcordSee Seaboard.
Concordcommunity in S central Yancey County on Cane River. Two former communities, Antone and Dellingers, are now considered to be a part of Concord.
Concordcommunity in NW Person County.
Concordcommunity in W Sampson County between Bearskin Swamp and Great Coharie Creek.
Concordcommunity in SW Duplin County.
Concordcity and county seat, central Cabarrus County. Inc. 1798; alt. 704. Named for the harmonious settlement of a dispute over the site for the town. Home of Barber-Scotia College. Produces textiles, hosiery, and poultry products.
Concord LakeN Cabarrus County on the E edge of Kannapolis. Formed in 1926 by a dam on Patterson Branch. Covers 85 acres, with a max. depth of 25 ft. Owned by the city of Concord and used for fishing and as a municipal water source.
Concord MountainS Buncombe County SW of Fairview Gap.
Concord Northunincorporated outskirts of the city of Concord, central Cabarrus County.
Concord TownshipW central Randolph County.
Concord TownshipW central Iredell County. Named for Concord Presbyterian Church, located near its center, est. 1775.
Concord Townshipformer township in central Cabarrus County, now township no. 12. In 1945 parts of townships nos. 4, 5, and 11 (Cooks Cross Roads, Mount Gilead, and Baptist Church) were added to the township.
West Concordunincorporated outskirts of city of Concord, central Cabarrus County.
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