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Civil Rights Project (Spring 2016): Citation

Dr. Edwards


Why should I use the Chicago Manual of Style?

This edition of the Chicago Manual of Style builds on over a century of style and usage guidelines for writers, and has a new focus on electronic workflow and documentation of digital resources.  The notes/bibliography format outlined here is supported by our History Department at Westminster. 

Where are the Chicago Guidelines?

 We have print copies of the complete guide in our Reference section  (Ref. 808.027-CHICAGO).


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