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History 29O

19th Century American Civic Life

Chicago Manual of Style

Hunter subscribes to the Chicago Manual of Style:

Below is a brief handout from the Writing Center on the History Department's requirements:


Here is an excellent web site created by OWL at Purdue University. It will give you the basics on the Chicago Manual of Style.


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