Chicago Manual of Style Citations: Additional Help

Citing Open Educational Resources (OER) for The Chicago Manual of Style

The Chicago Manual of Style citation for The American Yawp, Volume 1 **

Boster, Dea, Christianna Hurford, and Jennifer Nardone. The American Yawp. Vol. A derivative of The American Yawp published by Stanford  University Press. Columbus: Columbus State Community College, 2019. https://csbooks.org/hist1151.

** The second and subsequent lines of the citation should be indented five spaces.

You can cite or attribute openly licensed materials in two different ways. Consult with your instructor to determine which method is preferable.

  1. Use the Creative Commons Citation Generator:  https://www.openwa.org/attrib-builder/
  2. Add the CC or public domain license information at the end of your existing CMOS citation by consulting the Creative Commons Licenses web page: https://creativecommons.org/use-remix/cc-licenses/

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