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When to Use Chicago Style
Why use Chicago Manual citation style?
- The social studies department at Wellesley High School requires students to use it.
- When teachers require footnotes or endnotes in a paper along with a bibliography, Chicago is a good choice.
- Good to practice learning another citation style to prepare for college.
Online Citation Resources
- The official Chicago Manual of Style Online Quick Reference guide provides some citation examples that might help.
- This University of North Carolina Libraries website provides brief information about Chicago style and some citation examples of websites, books, journal articles, and database articles.
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