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History: Endnote Style

Books

Book:
Single Author

1. Robert W. Gutman, Mozart: A Cultural Biography (New York: Harcourt Brace, 1999), 188-189.

Book:
Two Authors

1. Randolph Hock and Gary Price, The Extreme Searcher’s Internet Handbook: A Guide for the Serious Searcher (Medford: CyberAge Books, 2004), 111.

Book:
Three or More Authors

1. William Davidson, Daniel Sweeney, and Ronald Stampfl, Retailing Management, 6th ed. (New York: Wiley, 1988), 42-48.

Book:
No Author

Begin citation with title.  For example:

1. NAICS Desk Reference: The North American Industry Classification System Desk Reference (Indianapolis: JIST Works, 2000), 24.

Chapter in a Book

1. Robert F. Willson, Jr., "William Shakespeare's Theater," In The Greenwood companion to Shakespeare: A comprehensive guide for students, ed. Joseph Rosenblum, (Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 2005), 47-64.

 

For additional examples, see pages 162-181 in the Turabian Manual (2007).

Print Articles

Journal with Continuous Pagination

1. Sarah Graham, “Impossible to Hold: Women and Culture in the 1960s,” Journal of American Studies 40 (2006):156-159.

Journal with Non-Continuous Pagination

1. Carolyn Simmons and Karen Becker-Olsen, “Achieving Marketing Objectives through Social Sponsorships,” Journal of Marketing 70, no. 4 (2006): 154-169.

Magazine

1. Stanley Reed, “Seeing Past the War,” Business Week, August 21, 2006, 35.

Newspaper

1. Zachary Seward, “Colleges Expand Early Admissions,” Wall Street Journal, December 14, 2006, Eastern edition.


For additional examples, see pages 181-188 in the Turabian Manual (2007).

Electronic Sources

Article from a library subscription service (database)

1. Rosemary Ward, “Background Check,” Psychology Today, March-April 2006, http://search.ebscohost.com (accessed December 21, 2006).

Entire website

1. “Internet Weather Source,” National Weather Service, http://weather.noaa.gov (accessed December 21, 2006).

Online article from magazine website

1. Coco Masters, “The Takeaway Diet of 2006,” Time, December 17, 2006, http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article.html (accessed January 10, 2007).>


For additional examples, see pages 185, 193-194, and 198-199 in the Turabian Manual (2007).

Personal Interviews & Films

Personal Interview

1. George W. Bush, interview, February 10, 2007.

Film

1. E.T. the Extra-Terrestrial, directed by Steven Spielberg (Universal Pictures, 1982).

Recorded Film

1. Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone, DVD, directed by Chris Columbus (Warner, 2002).

 TV Program
1. Seinfeld, “The Soup Nazi,” NBC, November 2, 1995.

For additional examples, see pages 194-198 and 201-203 in the Turabian Manual (2007).

Sound Recordings & Musical Compositions

Entire Albums

1. The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Heart Club’s Band, Capitol Records, LP, 1967.

Individual Songs

1. Frank Sinatra, “Strangers in the Night,” On My Way: The Best of Frank Sinatra, Warner, cassette, 1996.

Spoken Word Recording

1. Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird, read by Sally Darling, Recorded Books, cassette, 1988.

Musical Composition

1. Ludwig van Beethoven, Symphony no. 7 in A Major, Op. 92, Oliver Ditson, 1932.

Performance

1. The Nutcracker, Butler Ballet, Clowes Memorial Hall, Indianapolis, December 2, 2006.


For additional examples, see pages 199-205 in the Turabian Manual (2007).

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