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Citing Alternate Formats - Chicago Style: Home

Chicago Manual of Style, 17th Ed.

This guide was created as a resource to assist with citing using the 17th edition of The Chicago Manual of Style and contains some examples from that edition. 

If you require more information or want to see format types not included in this guide, you can access the digital version of The Chicago Manual of Style here. You will need to sign in using your UMNetID in order to access the full text. The Chicago Manual of Style is also available in print in some UM Libraries. Scroll down to Locations to see all copies.

See specific format types (on the left) for more information.


Original guide compiled by Lorna Cameron
Maintenance & updates by Katherine Penner

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