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Eunice and James L. West Library Contact Information

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MONDAY 7:30 am-12:00 midnight
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Turabian Style

Chicago/Turabian Style

This is a general guide to the Turabian notes-bibliography style of citation, used most often by the History and Music Departments. It is intended to help you understand the kind of information you should be keeping track of as you research and to help you begin to create you bibliography. There are a number of other rules, suggestions, and allowances for creating your bibliography. Please consult the Manual for Writers of Research Papers, Theses, and Dissertations, 9th ed., which is located behind the Reference Desk at the West Library. You can also ask one of the librarians (reference@txwes.edu)

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