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HIS 2210: History of Women in the U.S.: Citing sources

Information resources to support independent research for the Castleton University course, "United States Women's History"

Chicago style guide

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Pre-formatted citations

Helpful tip:  Citations formatted for you!


Most of the library's research databases provide a pre-formatted citation for each source.  Click on the title of the source.  Look for a link that says "Cite" or "CiteNow" or "Citation Tools."
Copy and paste the citation for the style (APA, MLA, etc.) you are using.

For pre-formatted citations for books, go to  Find the book you want to cite. Click on Cite/Export. Click on the style you are using.  In the VSC online catalog, click "Cite this."

Citing historical sources

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