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Please only submit links for sites related specifically to or based out of Calabash. Sites for nearby cities should be submitted to those cities cats.
Calabash is a small fishing and golf village located about five miles north of the NC-SC border, close to Myrtle Beach.
County seat of Camden County.
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Small town located about seven miles west of Asheville. Also near to Mount Pisgah.
Please only submit links for sites related specifically to or based out of Canton. Sites for nearby cities should be submitted to those cities cats.
Canton is nestled among five hills along the banks of the Pigeon River in the mountains of Western North Carolina.
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Located in the southeastern-most corner of the state, just north of Myrtle Beach.
Please only submit links for sites related specifically to or based out of Carrboro. Sites for nearby cities should be submitted to those cities cats. For example, Chapel Hill links should be submitted to the Chapel Hill city cat, and visa versa.
Carrboro is a small town, known for being completely surrounded by Chapel Hill but still maintaining its own identity. Its called the "The Paris of the Piedmont" by some. The population of Carrboro is around 14,000. The local government is adamant about keeping its historic feel, with some of their measures including building high regulations, no parking meters in the entire town and a ban on the addition of any more drive-thru windows.
Please only submit links for sites related specifically to or based out of Carthage. Sites for nearby cities should be submitted to those cities cats.
Small town in the heart of the Sandhills region of North Carolina.

Please only submit links for sites related specifically to or based out of Cary. Sites for nearby cities should be submitted to those cities categories.

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A rapidly growing suburbian city, located in the Triangle. With its close proximity to RTP and Raleigh, Cary has become the meca for the employees of the big health and computer firms in the area, as well as courting companies of its own, such as the SAS institute.
Town in northern Cleveland County.
Please submit sites featuring educational institutions located in Cashiers, North Carolina.
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Cedar Mountain is a small community in Southeastern Transylvania County approximately 7 miles south of the town of Brevard, NC.
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Cedar Point is a small coastal town founded in 1713 and located in Cateret County, North Carolina.
Please submit sites focused on Chadbourn, North Carolina only.
Chadbourn is a small, rural town in Columbus County, North Carolina. Incorporated on March 7, 1883, Chadbourn is the home of the North Carolina Strawberry Festival.
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Sites presenting information on Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Most sites, except adult sites (which go in adult) are eligible to be included businesses, real estate, informational sites, and personal sites. The main requirement is that it must be related to Chapel Hill, Carrboro, or Hillsborough. Please note the various subcategories and submit sites to the most appropriate ones. Each one has its own, brief, description, to help give an idea of what kind of sites will be found there in.

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Charlotte is located in the southern part of the state and is the seat of Mecklenburg County. The city is located in the Piedmont region near the Catawba River. The largest city in the state, Charlotte is part of the Charlotte-Gastonia-Rock Hill Metro area which includes seven counties and extends into South Carolina. The city was settled in about 1750 and incorporated in 1768. Charlotte is named for Charlotte Sophia of Mecklenburg-Strelitz, wife of George III of England. The Mecklenburg Declaration of Independence, created to protest British rule, is said to have been signed here by the citizens of Mecklenburg County on May 20, 1775, more than a year before the American Declaration of Independence was issued. While occupying the town in 1780 during the American Revolution, the British general Charles Cornwallis referred to Charlotte as a "hornet's nest of rebellion" because of the activities of patriot troops. The city seal features this hornet's nest. The city grew quickly after gold was discovered in the area in 1799, and development continued as first the textile industry and then the railroads increased Charlotte's prosperity.
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This category is for sites pertaining to the Cherokee Indian Reservation in western North Carolina.

The Cherokee Indian Reservation, also called Qualla Reservation, is home to the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. The reservation is located in the Great Smoky Mountains and covers parts of Swain, Jackson and Haywood Counties.

Established by the United States after the Cherokee Removal of 1838, the reservation covers 63,000 acres and is the largest Indian reservation east of the Mississippi.

The reservation is divided into Big Cove Town, Wolf Town, Yellow Hill Town, Paint Town and Bird Town townships. In addition, some Cherokee live in Cheoah Township in Graham County, off the reservation, but under tribal jurisdiction. Land on the reservation is held in common and assigned on a tenant system.

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Please only submit links for sites related specifically to or based out of Chimney Rock. Sites for nearby cities should be submitted to those cities cats.
Small community located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
Town in Rowan County. Post office established 1823. Town name changed to Luthersville in 1846, but changed back to China Grove in 1849. Named for China Berry trees found there. Incorporated in 1889.
Please submit sites pertaining to Chocowinity, North Carolina.
Chocowinity is a small community located on the Pamlico River in Beaufort County, North Carolina.
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If your business is not located in this town, please submit it to that community''s category. The only exception is the Cleveland Springs area since it overlaps part of Garner but the area is basically considered Clayton.

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Clayton is located near two interstate highways, I-40 and I-95, on the western edge of Johnston County and has a population of approximately 8,000. The Cleveland Springs side of Clayton overlaps part of Garner so there are a few business web sites with a Garner address listed in the Clayton area of the ODP directory, but only those located in the Cleveland Springs area. The town of Clayton was built on the road that was cut by Governor Tynn's troops as they marched from New Bern to Hillsborough against the Regulators around 1770. The community was first known as Stallings' Station, a depot for the North Carolina Railroad in the home of Mrs. Sarah Stallings. On January 30, 1856, Stallings' Station was officially changed to Clayton named for a senator from Delaware. The town of Clayton was incorporated in 1869. Today it is a thriving community that has experienced good expansion and rapid residential growth and is the second largest town in Johnston County.
Please submit sites featuring businesses and industries located in Clemmons, North Carolina.
The Village of Clemmons was founded in 1802.
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Please only submit links for sites related specifically to or based out of Clyde, North Carolina. Sites for nearby towns should be submitted to those localities.
Clyde is a small mountain town in eastern Haywood County. It is located about 20 minutes west of Asheville in western North Carolina.
Please submit sites featuring arts and entertainment in Columbus, North Carolina. If your site pertains to another town, please submit to that locality.
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If your site is not specifically related to the city of Concord, please submit it to the appropriate community''s category. Submitting to the wrong category will hinder your sites addition to the directory.

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Concord is located in the Southern Piedmont of North Carolina and is just North of Charlotte.

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Connelly Springs is a community in Eastern Burke County. Settled prior to 1861, it was formerly called Happy Home until the name was changed to honor a local family who ran a resort here.
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For sites located in Cornelius only.
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Please submit sites featuring business and industry in Creston, North Carolina. If your site pertains to another town, please submit to that locality.
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Cruso is a small mountain community in Haywood County, North Carolina. The community is located south of Waynesville and near the Blue Ridge Parkway.
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