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Citation Styles: CMS: Chicago Manual of Style (Turabian)

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Notes and Bibliography Style

Books and eBooks Articles Other Resources

Author-Date Style

Books and eBooks Articles Other Resources

What's the difference?

The Notes and Bibliography Style of Chicago Manual of Style utilizes numbered footnotes or endnotes when citing sources in-text.

The Author-Date Style briefly cites sources in-text, usually in parentheses, by author's last name and year of publication.

The end bibliographies for both styles are similar, but the Author-Date has the date listed further up in the reference.

CMS Notes and Bibliography Sample Paper

The following sample paper will help you with the Notes and Bibliography style of the Chicago Manual Style! Click the image or access the PDF below.Chicago Manual Style Notes and Bibliography Sample Paper

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CMS Author-Date Sample Paper

The following sample paper will help you with the Author-Date style of the Chicago Manual Style! Click the image or access the PDF below.

Chicago Manual Style Author-Date Sample Paper