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HIS397 - Dieterich-Ward

Seminar in Comparative History (Enviromental History)

Chicago Style

Citing Primary Sources in Chicago Style

Primary sources can be very difficult to cite, especially when they get reproduced online or in library databases. Here are a few resources to help you. When in doubt, email Professor Fic (cmfic@ship.edu) for guidance.

Citing Archival Sources by Purdue Universityhttp://guides.lib.purdue.edu/c.php?g=352889&p=2378064

  • This site provides a thorough description of how to cite physical materials found in Archives
  • Scroll down to the bottom to see the advice on citing an electronic primary source for items found online