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HIST 298: Junior Colloquium

Professor Adeeb Khalid - Fall 2020

Citation example

Veritas. “To the Freemen of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, September 28, 1764. Gentlemen, Your Desire of Knowing How the Militia Bill Came to Fail in the Last Assembly, Shall Immediately Be Comply’d with. ...” Philadelphia, PA, 1764. Evans 9855. America’s Historical Imprints.

Sample

How to cite pamphlets / broadsides in Zotero from Readex: America's Historical Imprints 

[these are general guidelines -- modify as needed]

  • Item Type = Manuscript (probably)
  • Title = Title
  • Author = Author
  • Place = (don’t copy the subject -- do it right; abbreviate state) City, state abbr.
  • Date = Month Day, Year [put in as much info as you have]
  • Archive = America’s Historical Imprints
  • Loc. In Archive = “References” field (Evans ####) 
  • PUT URL IN “Extra”

 

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And that footnote (using Chicago 16 - full note) would look something like this...

Veritas, “To the Freemen of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, September 28, 1764. Gentlemen, Your Desire of Knowing How the Militia Bill Came to Fail in the Last Assembly, Shall Immediately Be Comply’d With. ...” (Philadelphia, PA, 1764), Evans 9855, America’s Historical Imprints.