• Museum of Appalachia
    Norris, Tennessee. The Tennessee Blue Book once described the Museum as "the most authentic and complete replica of pioneer Appalachian life in the world." Museum includes over a quarter million relics of the past and more than 30 original log structures.
  • H-Appalachia
    Appalachian History and Studies
  • Hillsweb
    Appalachia's Magazine. Written and designed to preserve the true Appalachian tradition and fight the stereotypes that have been placed upon us. Hillsweb is published 5 times a year from Sheldon Clark High School in Martin County, KY.
  • Trans Allegheny Books
    New and used book titles for Appalachia and West Virginia literature.
  • Kentucky Crafted
    A guide to the crafts, craftspeople, and events of Kentucky's Appalachia.
  • Southern Appalachia Railway Museum
    Organization dedicated to the preservation of historical railroad equipment.
  • An Appalachian Country Rag
    A unique monthly e-zine exploring Appalachia through articles, short stories, photographics, music, poetry, special features and listing/links to area attractions.
  • Archives of Appalachia
    web site for archives located at East Tennessee State University; the site sometimes closes for maintenance for weeks at a time; if it is down, try again
  • Center for the Study of Ethnicity & Gender in Appalachia
    The Center operates under the ageis of the College of Liberal Arts at Marshall University in Huntington, WV. It brings together resources and scholars from several other academic units, including the Oral History of Appalachia Program and the Special Collections of the Morrow Library. New!! They invite humanities scholars to apply for resident fellowships, funded by the Rockefeller Foundation.