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Transcript of Chicago Style
The Title Page
Here's a Sample Footnote/Endnote
1. David Boroff, "A Little Milk, a Little Honey," in
Portrait of America.Volume II: From Reconstruction to the Present
, 9th ed., ed. Stephen B. Oates and Charles J. Errico (Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2007), 75.
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Don't forget a Bibliography at the end of your paper.
First, you will have a number in the text of your paper...
Then, you will have a note corresponding to that number either at the bottom of the page or at the end of document.
1. Author. "Title of Section/Work," in
Title of Book
, edition, editors (City of Publication: Publisher, Date), page number quote/paraphrase found on.
of America. Volume II: From Reconstruction to the Present
, edited by Stephen B. Oates and Charles J. Errico, 9th ed. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2007. 66-78.
Title of Book
, edited by. City of Publication: Publisher, Date. Page numbers.
Boroff, David. "A Little Milk, a Little Honey." in
Author's Last Name, Author's First Name. "Title of Work/
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