For instructions on how to cite your sources, check out the following guides. If you still have questions, ask a librarian!
If you are using an online primary source from a website, follow the format below:
Author's Last Name, First Name. "Title of Primary Source Document: Subtitle." Year of creation.Title of Website, Publisher of Website, Publication Date, URL. Accessed Day Month Year.
|Works Cited List Example||
Sutton, Mary Anne. "Over the Top, or, the Taking of Vimy Ridge by the Canadians." [c. 191?]. Canadiana Online, http://online.canadiana.ca/view/oocihm.88302. Accessed 14 Oct. 2017.
Note: The first author's name listed is the author of the primary source document
Note: If the Publisher information is the same as the name of the website, you do not have to repeat it.
Note: The you only have an approximate date of creation, put it in square brackets. Example: [c. 1920] The "c." is an abbreviation of circa.
|In-Text Citation Example||
(Author's Last Name Page/Image Number)
Example: (Sutton 3)