Albion's Seed Grows in the Cumberland Gap
This is an interesting study on Scotch Irish culture in the Cumberland Gap area, and looks to be an interesting glimpse into the folkways and attitudes of a lot of our Southern ancestors.
The Turnbo Manuscripts
A collection of stories about the people and events of the Ozarks by Silas Turnbo. It's searchable by keyword or browse it by its table of contents.
The South: Where is it?
This is an essay that discusses what is the South, what makes up the Southern mindset...it's interesting, and although it's not exactly history, and you might not agree with its conclusions, it's worth a read.
The Moonlit Road
This isn't exactly genealogy or historical geography, but it is unique
and southern. The site is called the Moonlit Road, and it's a place
that puts up Southern folktales/ghost stories, traditional ones...new ones
are added every month. To get access to the archives of the earlier
done stories, you need to
register, but membership is free. If you're interested in this side of southern culture, do check it out!
The Bubba-L Archive
While doing some CW researches, I kept pinging on something called the
Bubba-L Archive....now I am kind of sensitive to the use of Bubba by non-Southerners,
cause it's often used to put our
region down...but after looking pretty carefully, this site seems for real...a site about southern things for and by Southerners...They talk about all sorts of Southern issues, but they also have a searchable index to their archives, and you might want to dip into it and check it out. Their archives go
back to 1993 (it's an ancient list by internet standards!)