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Chicago Style Guide

Webpage Elements

B: Author(s) of page or sponsor(s) of site. “Title of webpage.” Title of website.
            Date published, modified, or accessed. URL or DOI.


Tip: Cite documents such as books, newspaper articles, journal articles and reports found on a website according to the rules for that format. Include a URL or DOI.

Tip: If the website does not have a title, give the name of the sponsor instead.

Webpage

N: Parent, “Story.”
B: Parent, Rosemarie. “The Story of the S.S. Minto.” Arrow Lakes Historical
           Society. 2018. https://alhs-archives.com/articles/the-story-of-the-s-s-minto/


Tip: If there is no author for the webpage begin the citation with the name of the owner or
sponsor of the site.

Webpage With an Organization as Author

N: Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. “Homo
           Neanderthalensis.”

B: Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. “Homo
           Neanderthalensis.” What Does it Mean to Be Human? Last updated Oct.
           17, 2018. http://humanorigins.si.edu/evidence/human-
           fossils/species/homo-neanderthalensis.

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