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Book (one author)

Bibliography:

Blackfoot, Emery. Chance encounters. Boston: Serendipity

            Press, 1987.

First Footnote:

            Emery Blackfoot, Chance Encounters (Boston: Serendipity Press, 1987).

Next Footnotes:

            Blackfoot, 102.

 

Book (more than three authors)

Bibliography:

Smith, John, George Jackson, Humphrey Little and Stanley Black. How to Fry an Egg. Boston:  Serendipity Press, 1972.

First Footnote:

            John Smith et al., How to Fry an Egg  (Boston: Serendipity Press, 1972).

Next Footnotes:

            Smith et al., How to Fry, 35.

 

Journal Article

Bibliography:

Banks, William. "A Secret Meeting in Boise."  Midwestern Political Review 6 (1958): 26-31.

First Footnote:

            William Banks, "A Secret Meeting in Boise,"  Midwestern Political Review 6 (1958): 29.

Next Footnotes:

            Banks, 31.

 

World Wide Web Site

Bibliography:

Jewett, Sarah Orne. 1997. The country of the pointed firs [online]. New York: Columbia University, Academic Information Systems, Bartleby Library, 1996 [cited 16 October 1997]. Available from World Wide Web: (http://www.columbia.edu/acis/.bartleby/jewett)

In-Text:

(Jewett 1997)

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