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How to Create an Annotated Bibliography
Transcript of How to Create an Annotated Bibliography
An Annotated Bibliography Map: 1889 MT Statehood Other Primary Sources Stereotypes BEWARE OF BIAS (Opinion) Time Line: Other Secondary Sources: Books: Sources that can be both Primary and Secondary: Secondary Sources are writings by historians and others who use these available sources to interpret the past. Secondary Sources Primary Sources are materials created in the past by people living at the time such as photographs, diaries, letters, paintings, advertisements, newspapers. Primary Source An example would be a newspaper clipping of an event such as Montana's admission as a State: There are two types of resources that are you are seeking: primary and secondary sources. A bibliography is a list of sources. An annotated bibliography explains why this source was valuable. The Bibliographic Process How to cite a newspaper: Montana Is Admitted. St. Paul Daily Globe. (November 09,
1889) Retrieved from: http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/lccn/sn90059522/1889-11-09/ed-1/seq-4/%3bwords=MONTANA+ADMITTED Title of the Article Name of Newspaper Website An Online Encyclopedia - World Book Online - article about admission as a state: How to cite an online encyclopedia: "Statehood. Between 1880 and 1890, the population of Montana grew from about 39,000 to nearly 143,000. The people of Montana first asked for statehood in 1884. Montana was admitted to the United States as the 41st state on Nov. 8, 1889. Joseph K. Toole of Helena became the first governor of the state." Fritz, H., & Hansen, K. (2013). Montana. In
World Book Advanced. Retrieved from
http://www.worldbookonline.com/advanced/article?id=ar368920&st=montana+statehood&sc=6 Authors Article Title Date Website Resource Title Some Online Sources supply the citation! Exaggeration Photo: Homestead 1910 Legal Document: A will, Stock Certificate, Government Document Advertisement: Citation same as a Newspaper, just note that it is an advertisement. Comparing something or someone to a norm that is incorrect. Determining that someone or something is different than it may actually be. Magazine articles - current: Generally books are considered secondary sources. However, if the book is a collection of personal stories - told in the words of the individual at the time or a memory of the time, it is a primary source. Models - re-creations: While these may be accurate in size or description, they are not the original item. Interview: Website: Owl Purdue Online Writing Lab. (2013) General
Format. Retrieved from http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/ How to cite a map: Historical Maps of Montana. (2013) [Map -
1889 - Rand McNally].University of Alabama Database. Retrieved from http://alabamamaps.ua.edu/historicalmaps/us_states/montana/ Title of Webpage Date Details about item Details of site Location How to cite a photo: Huntley Project Museum. (1910) Bliss
Homestead [Photograph]. Exhibit viewed February 2013. Author Date Location Format Date Title Understanding how to cite a source in APA style can be tricky. This website provided the examples I needed to follow when making this bibliography. Talk to someone who was there! How to cite a legal document: United States Congress. (1862). Homestead
Act - Bill Contents.(Government Document) Retrieved from http://www.ourdocuments.gov/doc.php?flash=true&doc=31 Author Date What is it? Where was it found? Title How to cite A book: Huntley Project History Committee, (1977). Sod 'N Seed 'N Tumbleweed. Montana: Frontier Press. Author Date Title Publisher location and Name From: Montana, Great Golden State. (Nov. 26, 1891). St. Paul daily globe.A Thanksgiving Praise Edition, Page 5, Image 8. However, if the book or resource is like the Encyclopedia example - if it is an interpretation of resources - then the resource is a secondary source.
Books may also have multiple authors or editors. Be sure to use the citation format that matches your resource. Platt, S., & Woodmansey, A. (2012). Unearthing
Crow Tribal History. Public Roads, 76(1), 3. Retrieved from http://ehis.ebscohost.com/ehost/detail?vid=10&sid=84ff4379-6df4-4a70-9161-3599277053b0%40sessionmgr13&hid=4&bdata=JnNpdGU9ZWhvc3QtbGl2ZQ%3d%3d#db=afh&AN=80038314 How to cite a periodical: Authors Date of Publication Title Title of Journal Volume number Retrieved from Database (Usually from a database) Created by Pam Roberts (3/2013) Montana Historical Society Research Center.
(n.d.). Montana Memory Project. Retrieved from http://mhs.mt.gov/research/MTMemoryProj.asp How to cite a website: Author Date Title Web Address All other resources are cited at location.