Q. How do I cite a website using the Chicago Manual of Style/Turabian?

Answer

To cite a page from a website, use this general format:

Footnotes/Endnotes

1First Name Last Name of Author if Available, "Title or Description of Web page," Title or Description of Website, the Owner or Sponsor of the Site, publication or revision date of site or access date if no other date is available, URL.

1"Indigenous Languages Hold the Key to Understanding Who We Really Are," Survival International, accessed June 12, 2020, https://survivalinternational.org/articles/3567-indigenouslanguages.

Elizabeth Mills, "How to Use Footnotes and Endnotes in Microsoft Word," How to Geek, updated July 25, 2018, https://www.howtogeek.com/359187/how-to-use-footnotes-and-endnotes-in-microsoft-word/.

Bibliography

Last Name, First Name of Author if Available. “Title of Web Page.” Name of Website. Publishing organization, publication or revision date if available. Access date if no other date is available. URL .

"Indigenous Languages Hold the Key to Understanding Who We Really Are." Survival International. Accessed June 12 2020. https://survivalinternational.org/articles/3567-indigenouslanguages.

Mills, Elizabeth. "How to Use Footnotes and Endnotes in Microsoft Word." How to Geek, updated July 25, 2018. https://www.howtogeek.com/359187/how-to-use-footnotes-and-endnotes-in-microsoft-word/.

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