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New York City History

This is a basic guide to available sources for the study of New York City history.

Citations: Chicago Manual Style

Citations are a vital part of the research process. They allow the reader to locate items used as part of your research, lend credibility to your argumentation, and demonstrate your ability to participate in a scholarly dialogue. Proper citations also give credit to the original authors of the sources or ideas you are using. Without these citations, it is impossible to avoid plagiarism.

Resources for Learning about Chicago Style

Quick Guides for Formatting Citations Using Chicago Style

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Print Citation Guides

The Chicago manual of style./ 
16th ed.
 Chicago : University of Chicago Press, 2010.
Location   Hunter Main - Reference Desk, 3rd floor - Z253 .U69 2010
Location   Hunter Main - Archives Office - Z253 .U69 2010
Location   Hunter Main - Roosevelt House, 47-49 E.65th St. - Z253 .U69 2010

Walker, Janice R.: 

The Columbia guide to online style / 
2nd ed.
 New York : Columbia University Press, c2006.

Hunter Main - Reference, 4th floor - PN171 .F56 W35 2006