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HIST 344 - The Age of Industry in America

Let this guide be your guide through Dr. Jackson's biographical history project. Here you'll find resources for finding primary sources, using Chicago/Turabian Style, and some ideas for contextualizing your chosen subject in history.

Chicago Manual of Style (Notes-Bibliography)

 

  

Green-- author (Last name, first)
Yellow--Book Title (italicized)
Blue -- Publisher city
Red -- Publisher
Purple -- Year

 

Green-- author (Last name, first)
Yellow--Article Title (in quotation marks)
Blue -- Journal Title, italicized include volume and issue numbers (italicized)
Purple -- date published
Red -- pages
Access date

 

Green-- author (Last name, first)
Yellow--Article Title (in quotation marks)
Blue -- Journal Title, italicized
Purple -- last modified date
Red-- URL

 

The Chicago Notes-Bibliography System (NB) style is commonly used in literature, history, and the arts.

You can work with the Chicago Manual of Style (pictured to the left), or with the resources provided in this guide.

You'll find basic examples of citing books, articles, web resources, and creating footnotes and endnotes.   Additional online resources are also included.

 

If you cannot get access to the Chicago Manual, you can refer to Purdue University's Online Writing Lab (OWL).  Their Chicago Formatting and Style Guide includes examples and instructions for citing the most common types of sources.