Black Jack (in Pitt County, NC) Populated Place Profile


Black Jack (GNIS FID: 1008235) is a populated place located within the Township of Chicod, a minor civil division (MCD) of Pitt County.

The elevation of Black Jack is 46 feet. Black Jack appears on the Grimesland U.S. Geological Survey Map. Pitt County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Simpson, NC (5.3 miles NNW)
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Greenville, NC (10.1 miles NW)
Washington, NC (11.4 miles ENE)
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Grifton, NC (14 miles SW)
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Hudsons Crossroads, NC (1.9 miles NNW)
Hams Crossroads, NC (2.4 miles NE)
Galloway Crossroads, NC (3.1 miles NNW)
Chicod, NC (3.1 miles SSW)
Galloway Farms, NC (3.4 miles NNW)
McGowans Crossroads, NC (3.6 miles WNW)
Boyd Crossroads, NC (3.9 miles ENE)
Shelmerdine, NC (3.9 miles SSW)
Cox Crossing, NC (4.1 miles WNW)
Twin Creek, NC (4.1 miles NNW)

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