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Chicago style is commonly used by historians and other branches of the humanites to cite sources.
Generally, Chicago style uses the notes & bibliography system, which uses footnotes or endnotes along with a bibliography of cited sources. However, your instructor may require you to use the author-date system, which cites the source in parentheses within the text. Both of these systems are detailed in full in the manual.
Print copies are available at the Baker-Berry Reference Desk and in the Reference collection at call number Z253 .C57. Additional copies are available at the Reserve Desk in the Orozco Room in Baker Library.