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Citing in the Chicago Style
Scholars of history almost universally use the Chicago style of citation. The Chicago style is explained in depth in The Chicago Manual of Style Online. Use of the manual requires your Banner ID and password.
The documents below will help you create bibliographies and prepare for extensive research.
Samples of the Chicago Style
This document provides samples of some of the most commonly-used types of sources in history papers, such as books, book chapters, journal articles, and websites.
Citing Primary Sources
This documents provides examples of how to cite sources from Dickinson's archives as well as other primary sources.
This document will help you prepare and create an annotated bibliography.
Subjects: Africana Studies
, American Studies
, Dickinson History & Special Collections
, Equity & Inclusivity
, Latin American, Latinx & Caribbean Studies
, Master's Program in Managing Complex Disasters
, Middle East Studies
, Native American / Indigenous Studies