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Chicago: An Introduction
Published by the University of Chicago Press, Chicago is most often used in History research. The most recent edition of The Chicago Manual of Style can be found in the FAU Libraries in Boca Raton and Jupiter.
The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th edition. Chicago: Chicago University Press, 2003.
Z253 .U69 2003
Creating a Research Paper Using Chicago
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Citing Information: Chicago
Produced by the University of North Carolina, this guide provides detailed information about the two Chicago style formats commonly used: the Notes and Bibliography system, and the Author-Date system.
Library of Congress: How to Cite Electronic Sources
Provides examples of citing an entire website, a cartoon, films, legal documents, maps, a newspaper, photographs, sound recordings, special presentations, and texts.