Examples of Footnotes in Chicago Notes-Bibliography Style

American Roots FYS

 

Type of source

First footnote

Following footnotes

Bibliography

Book

1. Jane Doe, My First Book (Philadelphia: Liberty Press, 2011), 33.

2. Doe, My First Book, 35.

Doe, Jane. My First Book. Philadelphia: Liberty Press, 2011.

Article in a journal

1. John Smith, “An Article I Wrote,” Journal of Silly Titles 104 (2011): 440.

2. John Smith, “An Article I Wrote,” 445.

Smith, John. “An Article I Wrote.” Journal of Silly Titles 104 (2011): 440-458.

Newspaper or magazine article

1. John Q. Public, “My Life Story,” New York Times, April 6, 2011, 12.

John Q. Public, “My Life Story,” 13.

Public, John Q.  “My Life Story.” New York Times, April 6, 2011.

Web site

1. “American Roots FYS,” Rachel Hall, accessed April 6, 2011, http://www.sju.edu/~rhall/AmericanRoots.

2. “American Roots FYS.”

Hall, Rachel. “American Roots FYS.” Accessed April 6, 2011. http://www.sju.edu/~rhall/AmericanRoots.

CD or record album

1. Buffy Songwriter, Meet Buffy, Freespirit Records FR-3528 CD.

2. Buffy Songwriter, Meet Buffy.

Songwriter, Buffy.  Meet Buffy. Freespirit Records FR-3528 CD.

Chapter in a book

1. Daniel Sheehy, “Mexican Mariachi Music: Made in the U.S.A.,” in Musics of Multicultural America, ed. Kip Lornell and Anne K. Rasmussen (New York: Schirmer Books, 1997), 135.

2. Daniel Sheehy, “Mexican Mariachi Music,” 140.

Sheehy, Daniel. “Mexican Mariachi Music: Made in the U.S.A.”  In Musics of Multicultural America, ed. Kip Lornell and Anne K. Rasmussen, 131-154. New York: Schirmer Books, 1997.

 

For other types of sources, see the Chicago Style Guide linked to the class web site (under Writing Help).