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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bahama,_North_Carolina

Bahama's Zip Code Tabulation Area (Zip Code 27503) has a population of 3,304 as of the 2000 census. The population is 50.2% male and 49.8% female. About 87.7% of the population is white, 10.3% African-American, 0.2% American Indian, 0.5% Asian, 1.2% Hispanic, and 0.6% of other races. 0.6% of people are two or ...

nextdoor.com/neighborhood/bahama--bahama--nc

Bahama. Bahama, NC. Population: 354 residents. Average age: 49 years old. Homeowners: 93%. U.S. Census 2010. Why neighbors love Bahama. Peaceful FriendlyBeautifulDog friendlyFamily friendlyNatureTreesOpenNicePleasant. Gathered from Nextdoor members. Top neighbor interests.

www.realtor.com/realestateandhomes-search/Bahama_NC

Find homes for sale and real estate in Bahama, NC at realtor.com®. Search and filter Bahama homes by price, beds, baths and property type.

www.zillow.com/bahama-nc

Zillow has 30 homes for sale in Bahama NC. View listing photos, review sales history, and use our detailed real estate filters to find the perfect place.

www.zip-codes.com/city/nc-bahama.asp

There is no Census data for the city of BAHAMA, NC. We have pulled information for the ZIP Code 27503 instead. Total population, 3,471. Male population, 1,731. Female population, 1,740. Median age (years), 45.6. White Population, 2,943. Black Population, 400. Indian Population, 14. Asian Population, 30. Hawaiian ...

carolinaasiacenter.unc.edu/our-work/south-asia

South Asia Faculty Working Group. The South Asia Faculty Working Group aims to promote public and scholarly engagement with the arts, cultures, politics, religions, history, languages and literatures of South Asia and the South Asian diaspora. By providing a forum for scholars to discuss projects, ideas, and approaches in ...

weather.weatherbug.com/maps/bahama-nc-27503

Latest weather radar map with temperature, wind chill, heat index, dew point, humidity and wind speed for Bahama, NC.

www.bestplaces.net/comments/city/north_carolina/durham

My boyfriend and I have been discussing a possible move to North or South Carolina in the next few years. I am thinking more along the lines of North Carolina because I want to be a Veterinarian and I would need to go to school in Raleigh. I am trying to figure out the best areas to live and their cost of living. I would need to ...