The South

Appalachian American Genealogy a gateway to genealogy resources for 83 counties in Tennessee, Georgia, North Carolina and South Carolina known as the “Tri-State Area” plus the Northwestern area of South Carolina because it was significant in ancestors’ migration patterns into the southern Appalachian area
Colonial Soldiers of the South, 1732-1774 $ Ancestry database of Murtie June Clark’s 1983 book
Documenting the American South The University of North Carolina Library’s collection of texts, images, and audio files related to southern history, literature, and culture
Duke University Library manuscript collection for North Carolina and other southern states
Duke University Library Women’s History & Culture
Lyman Copeland Draper Papers, 1854-1890 $ collection of interviews from the 1740’s through the War of 1812 time covering 21 states east of the Mississippi River and even parts of Canada
National Archives at Atlanta a center for the study of the history of the South
National Archives at Atlanta, Finding Aids guides, reference information papers, lists, and other finding aids
Race, Slavery, and Free Blacks: Petitions to Southern Legislatures and County Courts, Series I
Race, Slavery, and Free Blacks: Petitions to Southern Legislatures and County Courts, Series II
Southern Baptist Historical Library & Archives worldwide center for the study of Baptist history, with biographies, finding aids and links online
Southern Historical Library Collection the University of North Carolina’s Chapel Hill Library with finding aids, online exhibits and a digital collection of manuscripts
University of North Carolina Library – Special Collections North Carolina and the South in general

Also see individual Southern States:

Alabama
Arkansas
Florida
Georgia
Kentucky
Louisiana
Mississippi
North Carolina
South Carolina
Tennessee
Texas
Virginia
West Virginia