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Women in American History

This guides highlights useful resources about Women in American History

How to Cite

Handouts from Sprague Library, links to Purdue University's Online Writing Lab, and more.

Chicago & Turabian Guides

The Chicago Manual of Style and Turabian's Student's Guide to Writing College Papers
are available in the Sprague Library
.  (see below)

The Bibliography entries for the Chicago and Turabian styles are the SAME for both formats.

The differences between the styles are mainly seen in how notes are numbered.

In Turabian style, use superscript for endnote and footnote numbers in the text and at the beginning of each note.

In Chicago style, the note number in the text is in parentheses (1) and is followed by a period and space in the note.

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