Welcome to the Douglas College Library Guide to Chicago Style. In these pages, we offer examples of how to cite commonly used sources. For each example we provide the correct bibliographic and footnote form. We've also included links to other helpful resources.
Select the tabs above for examples of the material you wish to cite.
To view additional examples and explanations, please refer Chapter 14 - Notes and Bibliography in the Chicago Manual of Style (17th edition).
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