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Government Documents: Government Citation

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Web Sources:

Brief Guide to Citing Government Publications

Lays out basic rules and provides many examples, according to Chicago/Turabian style. From University of Memphis Libraries.

Cite Source

Shows original document, how to cite it, how to make footnote type references, and sample citations for six major style formats.

Citing Government Information Sources Using MLA (Modern Language Association) Style

Offers examples from legislative, executive, judicial sources, and, more limited, international organizations. From the University of Nevada-Reno documents. Uses APA or MLA format. From Arizona State University Library.

General Guidelines for Citing Government Publications

General principles with limited examples. From the University of North Texas Libraries

Citation Guide for Historic U.S. Government Publications

Brief examples for citing Congressional Record and predecessor publications plus other legislative materials. From the Library of Congress.

 

Citing Government Sources Examples

Web Sources:

Brief Guide to Citing Government Publications

Lays out basic rules and provides many examples, according to Chicago/Turabian style. From University of Memphis Libraries.

Cite Source

Shows original document, how to cite it, how to make footnote type references, and sample citations for six major style formats.

Citing Government Information Sources Using MLA (Modern Language Association) Style

Offers examples from legislative, executive, judicial sources, and, more limited, international organizations. From the University of Nevada-Reno documents. Uses APA or MLA format. From Arizona State University Library.

General Guidelines for Citing Government Publications

General principles with limited examples. From the University of North Texas Libraries

Citation Guide for Historic U.S. Government Publications

Brief examples for citing Congressional Record and predecessor publications plus other legislative materials. From the Library of Congress.