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Citation Guides: Chicago Style
This guide will show the basics for citing sources.
Chicago style is sometimes used for history and the humanities. Chicago style uses superscript numbers within the text to refer readers to corresponding footnotes at the end of the page. A bibliography is generally required as well.
Western Michigan University Libraries: Chicago Manual of Style Citations Video Tutorial