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Women and World War II: Exhibit Project

Research guide to support the WWII exhibit project for the course Women & The American Experience: The Later Years

Citing in Chicago/Turabian Style

History courses at Lawrenceville require students to use Chicago/Turabian Citation Style.

In Chicago/Turabian Style, you will need to create two citations for each source:

  • A full bibliographic citation (goes at the end of your paper on the Bibliography page; your sources should be listed in alphabetical order by author)

  • A footnote (added at the end of the page where the source is referenced)

Only cite the information that is available to you. If you cannot identify a piece of the template [e.g. an author or date], leave it out rather than making it up.

Remember that you must include an object label for each artifact displayed in your exhibit. Instruction on that process are linked here

For Help with Chicago/Turabian Style: 

For additional help with citation, use the libchat feature in this research guide or stop into the library to work with a librarian. 

Citation and Bibliography Tools

For help with Noodletools:

How to Avoid Plagiarism