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HIST 299: Historian's Craft: Chicago/Turabian

Univ of Chicago/Turabian

History is the main department using Chicago Style. It should be noted Turabian is an undergraduate version of the Chicago Manual.

Guides

Citing Primary Sources and Manuscript Collections

For example: 

To cite a letter contained in the papers of Caroline Howard Gilman in the collections of the South Carolina Historical Society:

Bibliography: Caroline Howard Gilman papers, South Carolina Historical Society

Note: Caroline Howard Gilman to Anna M. White, 15 January 1859, Carolina Howard Gilman Papers (1036.00), South Carolina Historical Society.

Chicago/ Turabian Notation and Citation Examples

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style Quick Guide.

The above examples have been taken from the Chicago Manual of Style, 16th edition, section 14.18. 

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style: Quick Guide.​

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style: Quick Guide.

For more examples and variations of notations and bibliographic citations, please refer to the Chicago Manual of Style: Quick Guide.​