Chicago Style

The Chicago Manual of Style, 16th ed., favored by some fields in the humanities, such as history, uses a raised numeral in the text after the item cited, and then either a footnote at the end of the page or an endnote at the end of the essay. These notes contain full bibliographic information about the source. Additionally, a complete bibliography is typically included at the end of the paper.

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