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Smith, Thomas Ruys (2016) Missing Ralph Keeler: Bohemians, Brahmins and Literary Friendships in the Gilded Age. Comparative American Studies, 14 (2). pp. 139-161. ISSN 1477-5700

Smith, Thomas (2015) Knowing the Mississippi. Open Rivers, 1 (1).

Smith, Thomas (2015) Roustabouts, Steamboats, and the Old Way to Dixie: The Mississippi River and the Southern Imaginary in the Early Twentieth Century. Southern Quarterly, 52 (3). pp. 10-29.

Smith, Thomas Ruys (2015) “The Mississippi was a virgin field”: Reconstructing the River Before Mark Twain, 1865-1875. Mark Twain Journal, 53 (2). ISSN 0025-3499

Smith, Thomas (2011) New Orleans:The big uneasy. History Today, 61 (8). ISSN 0018-2753

Smith, Thomas (2011) 'Bring Our Country Back': Country Music, Conservatives, and the Counter-Culture in 1968. Studies in American Culture, 34 (1). pp. 103-129.

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2009) Dead men tell no tales’: Outlaw John A. Murrell on the Antebellum Stage. European Journal of American Culture, 28 (3). pp. 263-76.

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2009) Before the Deluge: Reading, Writing and Rebuilding New Orleans. Material Culture, 41 (2). pp. 57-68.

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2005) Independence Day, 1835: The John A. Murrell Conspiracy and the Lynching of the Vicksburg Gamblers in Literature. Mississippi Quarterly, 59 (1/2). pp. 129-160.

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2003) "The river now began to bear upon our imaginations": Margaret Hall, Frances Trollope, Harriet Martineau, and the Problem of the Antebellum Mississippi. Revue Française d' Études Améicaines, 98. pp. 20-31.

Book Section

Hair, Ross and Smith, Thomas Ruys (2016) Introduction:America Changed Through Music. In: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music. Routledge. ISBN 9781472479204

Smith, Thomas Ruys (2016) Dead Presidents: "Charles Guiteau", "White House Blues", and the Histories of Smithville. In: Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music. Routledge. ISBN 9781472479204

Smith, Thomas (2016) The Dying Confession of Joseph Hare (1818):Transatlantic Highwaymen and Southern Outlaws in the Antebellum South. In: Oxford Handbook to the Literature of the US South. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780199767472

Smith, Thomas (2013) Looking for the New Jerusalem: Antebellum New Religious Movements and the Mississippi River. In: Gods of the Mississippi. Indiana University Press, Bloomington. ISBN 978-0-253-00806-0

Churchwell, Sarah and Ruys Smith, Thomas (2012) Introduction. In: Must Read: Rediscovering American Bestsellers From Charlotte Temple to The Da Vinci Code. Continuum. ISBN 9781441162168

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2009) The Mississippi River as Site and Symbol. In: The Cambridge Companion to American Travel Writing. CUP, pp. 62-77. ISBN 9780521678315

Book

Smith, Thomas (2019) Deep Water: The Mississippi River in the Age of Mark Twain. Louisiana State University Press. ISBN 978-0807171097 (In Press)

Hair, Ross and Smith, Thomas Ruys, eds. (2016) Harry Smith's Anthology of American Folk Music:America changed through music. Routledge. ISBN 9781472479204

Smith, Thomas and Churchwell, Sarah (2012) Must Read: Rediscovering American Bestsellers From Charlotte Temple to the Kite Runner. Continuum, New York. ISBN 978-1441162168

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2011) Southern Queen: New Orleans in the Nineteenth Century. Continuum, London/New York. ISBN 978-1-8472-5193-0

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2010) Blacklegs, Card Sharps and Confidence Men: Nineteenth Century Gambling Stories from the Mississippi River. Louisiana State University Press. ISBN 978-0807136362

Ruys Smith, Thomas (2007) River of Dreams: Imagining the Mississippi Before Mark Twain. Louisiana State University Press. ISBN 9780807132333

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