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Welcome to CiteMaker! This site is designed to help you quickly prepare an entire bibliography or reference list in three simple steps:

1. Select your citation style by clicking one of the buttons above.

2. Automatically or manually create your citations after selecting a citation style.

3. Save or export your reference list to your paper. It’s that easy!

Whether you’re beginning your research or tidying up your paper the night before it’s due, CiteMaker is here for you - anywhere, anytime, online!

Our forms and automatic citation generation tools will guide you through the process and alert you of what information is needed. This means less guessing for you and more accurate citations! Nearly any information source you can think of is supported by CiteMaker, in APA, Chicago, Harvard, MLA and Oxford styles. As you create citations, each will appear in alphabetical order. In-text citations are also created for you.

When you’ve finished your reference list, copy and paste it into your paper or export it to email, MS Word, Google Docs, or PDF. If you register to use CiteMaker, you will be able to save as many reference lists as you want and retrieve them when required.

How do you create a citation in Chicago 17th edition style?

In Chicago 17th edition style, citations are typically comprised of two parts: footnotes and a bibliography.
Footnotes:

  • For a book:
    1. Name of author, title of book (Place of publication: Publisher, Year of publication), page number(s).
    Example:
    1. Jane Doe, The History of Time (New York: Random House, 2000), 45.
  • For a journal article:
    1. Name of author, "Title of article," Title of Journal volume number, issue number (Year of publication): page numbers.
    Example:
    1. John Doe, "The Impact of Climate Change," Journal of Earth Science 2, no. 4 (2002): 56-61.
Bibliography:
  • For a book:
    1. Name of author. Title of book. Place of publication: Publisher, Year of publication.
    Example: Doe, Jane. The History of Time. New York: Random House, 2000.
  • For a journal article:
    1. Name of author. "Title of article." Title of Journal volume number, issue number (Year of publication): page numbers.
    Example: Doe, John. "The Impact of Climate Change." Journal of Earth Science 2, no. 4 (2002): 56-61.

The above text was generated using OpenAI. As you can see there are no acknowledged sources for the information contained. This is why you need to use CiteMaker Best in Class Referencing generator when writing your assignments.

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CiteMaker.com citation maker is the most accurate free Chicago 17th edition online citation machine and bibliography generator with pre-formatted citation forms for creating automatic citations and manual references and footnotes. CiteMaker Chicago 17 style is the free alternative to easybib, bibme, refme, citaton machine, cite this for me, citethisforme, citefast, citationsy, and refme, Includes OCLC WorldCat, google scholar, and Bibtex automatic citation machine for creating Chicago 17th edition bibliographies, Chicago 17 style reference lists, and in-text citations for student assignments and term papers.