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Citing Guide: Chicago/Turabian Style

Chicago/Turabian Style

About Chicago/Turabian Style

Chicago vs. Turabian: What's the Difference?

Chicago Style and Turabian Style citations differ only in the numbering of their notes. The Bibliography entry is the SAME for both.

In Turabian Style, a superscript 1 is used for endnote & footnote numbers in the text & at the beginning of each note. Example: Turabian

In Chicago Style, the in-text numbering is in parentheses (1) & is followed by a period.  Within the footnote, it is the number followed by a period. Example: 1. Chicago

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