Proctor, North Carolina
Proctor is a former town located in Swain County, North Carolina, U.S.A. It was on Hazel Creek. It is named after Moses Proctor, first white settler to this area. The town was flooded with the creation of Fontana Lake and remains submerged unless lake levels are very low.
- U.S. Geological Survey Geographic Names Information System: Proctor, North Carolina
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The town was not flooded as both the main streets, Calico and Struttin Streets remain above water today along with the Granville Calhoun house and the ruins of the Ritter Lumber Company.
The town of Proctor was located more than 1/2 mile up stream from the Waters of Fontana Lake when it is at full Pool.