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Chicago Citation Guide

This guide is for anyone looking for help using the Chicago Manual of Style citation system.

Additional Chicago Resources

Additional information on MLA style may be found at these websites:

Introduction to the Chicago Manual of Style

The Chicago Manual of Style provides detailed guidelines for using Chicago style. This style is common in the humanities, and history in particular. An online version can be found here. A print copy is on order and will be held at the Reference Desk, should you need to consult with a librarian.


Using this Chicago Citation Style Guide

The Endnotes or Footnotes tab will help you quote others' research and discuss the research you've conducted.

There are four Bibliography pages:

Each will help you create a useful list of the resources mentioned in your paper.

Need More Help?

For additional assistance with citation styles, consult your professor or the research help service at the Mount Library. 

You can reach the Library by email: library@msvu.ca.  Please note: The Library will help you as much as possible but they may also refer you back to your professor.

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