Columbus County, located in the Coastal Plain region of southeastern North Carolina, was formed in 1808 from Brunswick and Blade Counties and named for explorer Christopher Columbus. It partially borders the state of South Carolina. Early inhabitants of Columbus County include the Waccamaw Indians, followed by English, French, and Scottish settlers. The county seat, Whiteville, was incorporated in 1832 and named for James B. White, who was the first state senator from Columbus County. Other communities in Columbus County are Acme-Delco, Brunswick, Fair Bluff, and Tabor City.
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