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Transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in North Carolina


Transportation buildings and structures in North Carolina


Rail transportation in North Carolina


Tunnels in North Carolina


Water transportation in North Carolina


North Carolina transportation stubs


African Americans in North Carolina

African-American North Carolinians are residents of the state of North Carolina who are of African ancestry. As of the 2010 U.S. Census, African Americans were 22% of the states population.


Core Creek (Neuse River)


Core Creek (Newport River)

Core Creek is the name of a bay in Carteret County, North Carolina. It is the estuary of the Adams Creek Canal, which leads from the Neuse River estuary to the estuary of the Newport River.


Courthouse Bay

Courthouse Bay is a subdivision of Marine Corps Base Camp Lejeune and is home to the Marine Corps Engineer School, 2nd Combat Engineer Battalion, and the 2nd Assault Amphibian Battalion. Located near Camp Lejeunes southwestern Sneads Ferry gate a ...


Johnston United Soccer Association

The Johnston United Soccer Association is a soccer league located in Johnston County, North Carolina. The league is home to many youth teams, from Recreational to Challenge, to Classic level teams in the eastern part of the Triangle area. The lea ...


Morehead Township, Guilford County, North Carolina

Morehead Township is a rural, non-functioning county subdivision established in 1868 in Guilford County, North Carolina, United States. The population at the 2010 census was 195.218.


National Gypsum

National Gypsum Company is a company based in Charlotte, North Carolina, that produces drywall gypsum boards in the US. It has 17 gypsum board plants in the US and presents itself as a fully integrated building products manufacturer. It is a priv ...


New Hanover County Courthouse

New Hanover County Courthouse is a historic courthouse building located in Wilmington, North Carolina and is the seat of New Hanover County. It was designed by Alfred Eichberg. The courthouse was erected in 1892 at corner of 3rd Street and Prince ...


Sharon Memorial Park, North Carolina

Sharon Memorial Park is a crematory and cemetery located at 5716 Monroe Road in Charlotte, North Carolina. Notable people interred there include baseball players Bob Porterfield and Ben Paschal.


Wilmington Township, New Hanover County, North Carolina


Local government in Anderson County, South Carolina


Henrys Knob

Henrys Knob is a mountain and Superfund Alternative Site in York County South Carolina at 1.120 ft above sea level. It is near the North Carolina border and the town of Clover, South Carolina. The mountain was the site of an open-pit kyanite mine ...


Lake Bowen

Lake Bowen or Lake William C. Bowen is a 1534 acre reservoir in northern Spartanburg County, South Carolina six miles from North Carolina border. The Interstate 26 bridge crosses over Lake Bowen between exits five and 10 on Interstate 26. The lak ...


Lake Blalock

Lake Blalock is a reservoir in Spartanburg County, South Carolina, located on the Pacolet River about five miles north of Spartanburg. After its creation was authorized in 1976 by the Commissioners of Spartanburg Water System, Blalock Dam was con ...


Lake Murray (South Carolina)

Lake Murray is a reservoir in the U.S. state of South Carolina. It is approximately 50.000 acres in size, and has roughly 500 miles of shoreline. It was impounded in the late 1920s to provide hydroelectric power to the state of South Carolina. La ...


National Natural Landmarks in South Carolina


Skyscrapers in South Carolina


South Carolina Army National Guard

The South Carolina Army National Guard is a component of the United States Army and the United States National Guard. Nationwide, the Army National Guard comprises approximately one half of the U.S. Armys available combat forces and approximately ...


Military equipment of South Carolina


United States Navy South Carolina-related ships


Beaver Creek Indian Tribe

The Beaver Creek Indian Tribe is a small state recognized Native American tribe located in Orangeburg County, South Carolina. They achieved state recognition on January 27, 2006 and have begun the process of seeking federal recognition through th ...



Chiquola may refer to: The Native Americans living along the South Carolina Coast during the 17th century. The Chiquola people gathered in large numbers along the shore in what is today Pawleys Island to watch the Spaniards come ashore. The Hotel ...


Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois, and United Tribes of South Carolina

The Eastern Cherokee, Southern Iroquois and United Tribes of South Carolina, Inc. or ECSIUT is a state-recognized Native American Indian group in the state of South Carolina under the SC Code Section 1-31-40, Statutory Authority Chapter 139 and o ...


Ittiwan people

The Ittiwan people are a Native American tribe, who lived near present-day Goose Creek. Today, the Etiwan Tribe of the Wassamasaw Indian Nation of SC claims to be descended from the original Ittiwan people and is located approximately 30 miles NW ...



The Winyaw were a Native American tribe living near Winyah Bay, Black River, and the lower course of the Pee Dee River in South Carolina. The Winyaw people disappeared as a distinct entity after 1720 and are thought to have merged with the Waccamaw.


Astronomical observatories in South Carolina


Covered bridges in South Carolina


Trans Carolina corridor


Transportation on the National Register of Historic Places in South Carolina


Transportation buildings and structures in South Carolina


Rail trails in South Carolina


Rail transportation in South Carolina


Water transportation in South Carolina


South Carolina transportation stubs


Ariel Crossroad, South Carolina

Ariel Crossroad is an unincorporated community in Marion County, South Carolina, United States, located at the intersection of US 501 and SC 41, 9 miles southeast of Marion. West of the Little Pee Dee River, the area is a predominantly farming co ...


Atlanticville, South Carolina

Atlanticville is an historic community in Charleston County, South Carolina. Its post office operated sporadically from 1903–24, 1925–37, and 1938–42.


Bristow, South Carolina


Cashion Crossroads, South Carolina

Cashion Crossroads is a small unincorporated community located in the northern part of Cherokee County, South Carolina, United States. The community is named for the Cashion family, who mainly settled in the area at first. The community used to h ...


Centenary, South Carolina

Centenary is an unincorporated community in Marion County, South Carolina, United States. Located along SC 41 Alt, 10.5 miles south of Marion. Along the CSX Seaboard Air Line, the area is a predominantly farming community. The community took its ...


Cross Keys, South Carolina

Cross Keys is an unincorporated community in Union County, South Carolina. Historically, it was the site of the "large and prosperous" Cross Keys plantation. A post office was established at Cross Keys in 1809 and operated until 1909. Cross Keys ...


Drake, South Carolina


Dunbar, Georgetown County, South Carolina


Dunbar, South Carolina


Effingham, South Carolina

Effingham is an unincorporated community in Florence County, South Carolina, United States. Located at the intersection of US 52, US 301 and SC 327, It is a farming community along the northern banks of the Lynches River. McCall Farms is located ...

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