Little River (North Carolina)
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- Little River (Albemarle Sound): A tributary of Albemarle Sound forming a portion of the border between Pasquotank and Perquimans counties.
- Little River (Cape Fear River): A major tributary of the Cape Fear River rising in Moore County. This river forms a portion of the boundary between Moore and Hoke counties and between Cumberland and Harnett counties.
- Little River (Eno River): A tributary of the Eno River rising in Orange County and entering the Eno River in Durham County.
- Little River (French Broad River): A small tributary of the French Broad River in Transylvania County.
- Little River (Horry County, South Carolina): A short river in South Carolina that grazes the North Carolina border before entering the Atlantic Ocean in South Carolina.
- Little River (Jacob Fork): A small tributary of the Jacob Fork of the Catawba River in Burke County.
- Little River (Neuse River): A major tributary of the Neuse River, rising in Franklin County and entering the Neuse River near Goldsboro. Wake County and Raleigh are planning to dam this river by 2025 to provide additional water supply for rapidly growing Raleigh.
- Little River (North Carolina-Virginia): A small tributary of the New River rising in Alleghany County, North Carolina and flowing through Grayson County, Virginia. Note: The New River has another, larger tributary further downstream in Virginia also called Little River (New River).
- Little River (Pee Dee River): A tributary of the Pee Dee River that flows through Randolph, Montgomery, and Richmond counties.
- Little River (Roanoke River): A former tributary of the Roanoke River, now submerged by Lake Gaston.
- http://geonames.usgs.gov/pls/gnispublic USGS GNIS
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