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Hickory Eastunincorporated outskirts of city of Hickory, NW Catawba County.
Hickory Flat Branchrises in N Swain County and flows S into Oconaluftee River.
Hickory Flat Branchrises in W central Swain County and flows SW into Tuckasegee River.
Hickory Flat CoveS Haywood County on a tributary of West Fork Pigeon River.
Hickory Flat Creekrises near Mine Mountain in N Transylvania County and flows SW into East Fork French Broad River.
Hickory FlatsE Mitchell County between Beaver Creek and Gouges Creek.
Hickory Forkrises in N Madison County and flows SE into Shelton Laurel Creek.
Hickory Gapnear the junction of the Buncombe-Madison-Yancey county lines. Alt. approx. 3,550.
Hickory GapS Graham County between Little Snowbird Creek and Teeseteska Ridge.
Hickory GapS Macon County between Rector Knob and Bennies Branch.
Hickory Grovecommunity in SW Chatham County.
Hickory Grovecommunity in E Mecklenburg County. A post office was est. there as early as 1828.
Hickory Grovecommunity in E Wake County.
Hickory GroveSee Wilson.
Hickory Grove Crossroadscommunity in E Bladen County on South River. Stewarts Ferry appears on the river there on the Price map, 1808. The MacRae map, 1833, shows Cromartys Ferry there, while the soil survey map, 1914, shows Cromarties Bridge across the river and the community of Gravel Hill a short distance w. Gravelly Hill had appeared on the Colton map, 1861, and on various other maps through Kerr's in 1882. Gravelly Hill post office was there as early as 1827 and operated until 1866; it became Gravelhill in 1875. The present name occurs first on the Geological Survey map, 1954.
Hickory HillSee Lawrence.
Hickory Knobat the junction of the Alexander, Caldwell, and Wilkes county lines.
Hickory KnobSW Burke County.
Hickory Knobon the Cherokee-Macon county line.
Hickory KnobE Macon County between Laurel Creek and North Prong Ellijay Creek.