Print Book with One Author
Murphy, John David. Modern Times. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2015. Print.
Print Book with Subtitle
Smith, Michael. Black Mountain: Coal Mining, 1990-2000. New York: McGraw Hill, 2013. Print.
Print Book with 2 Authors
James, Mary M., and Marie E. Smith. The Craft of Quilting. New York: MacMillan, 2004. Print.
Print Book with 3 Authors
Booth, Robert A., Gregory C. White, and Michael E. Williams. Research in the Sixties. Columbus:
Scarecrow Press, 2003. Print.
Print Book with more than 3 Authors
Smith, Gertrude, et al. The Color of Water. Lincoln: U of Nebraska Press, 2000. Print.
Print Book with Corporate Author
Urban Land Institute. Pollution Today. Washington DC: Urban Land Institute, 2003. Print.
American Book of Style. Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2015. Print.
Jones, Mary M. “Imagery of the Past.” Hawthorne’s Time. Ed. Margaret Bosworth. Boston: Scarecrow
Press, 1992. 55-65. Print
Jones, Isabella. “Skiing.” Trans. Joanna Elizabeth Peters. Sports Stories: Athletics Today. Ed. Gerard
Fitzpatrick. New York: Interlink, 2014. 80-88. Print.
Previously Published Scholarly Article in a Collection
Northrup, James. “Disjunction in Shakespeare.” Shakespearean Literature. 2.2 (1990): 1-12. Rpt in
The British Reader. Ed. Katherine Burke. NY: Columbia UP. 1988. 30-39. Print.
Published Proceedings of a Conference
Chang, Michael E., Lily Lacke, and Joseph Eaton, eds. Proceedings of the Twenty-Fifth Annual Meeting
of The Framingham Historical Society, June 12-15, 1999: General Session on Framingham’s Past.
Boston: Houghton Mifflin, 2000. 340-358. Print.
An Article in a Reference Book (i.e. Encyclopedia)
“Scalia, Anthony.” Who’s Who in America. 40th ed. 2009. Print.
Ward, James. “Religion and Health Care.” Catholic Encyclopedia. Ed Steven McCarthy, Don S. Browning,
and Bernard Franks. 4th ed. Vol. 1. New York: Macmillan-Thomson, 2004. Print.
Connors, Betsy. “Peru.” World Book Encyclopedia. Vol. 4. Chicago: World Book Inc., 2006. Print.
Bianca, Mary L., ed. The Grove Dictionary of Music. 3rd ed. 29 vols. New York: Grove, 2001. Print.
Jones, Marie. “Colorado Mines.” CNN.com. Cable News Network. 31 November 2000. Web.
01 December 2015.
Eaves, Morris, Robert X. Smith, and Joseph N. White, eds. The William Blake Documents. Library of
Congress, 8 September 2005. Web. 01 December 2015.
Friedman, Laura. “Top 10 Natural Wonders of the World.” About.com. New York Times Company,
01 December 2015.
Web Page with No Author
“The Worst Run in Boston.” ESPN.com. ESPN Internet Ventures. 01 May 2002. Web. 01 December 2015.
Web Page with No Author and No Publication Date
Easybib.com ImagineEasy Solutions, n.d. Web. 01 December 2015.
“Dickens, Charles.” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 2008. Web. 01 December
Periodical Publications in Online Databases
Franchi, Nancy. “The British Method in Elizabethan Literature.” College Literature 37.3 (2010): 204+.
Literature Resource Center. Web. 01 December 2015.
Rosenberg, Mary. “Something New, Something Old.” Canadian Journal on Aging 27.2 (2008): 83.
General Reference Center Gold. Web. 01 December 2015.
“Amy Tan.” Concise Dictionary of American Literary Biography. Detroit: Gale, 1998. Biography in Context.
Web. 01 December 2015.
Sheffer, Susannah. “People with Mental Illness Should Be Exempt from the Death Penalty.” The Death
Penalty. Ed. Jenny Cromie and Lynn M. Zott. Detroit: Greenhaven Press, 2013. Opposing Viewpoints.
Rpt. from “The Death Penalty: The Wrong Direction.” Opposing Viewpoints in
Context. Web. 01 December 2015.
Richardson, Sarah. “Boston Honors Prickly Poe.” American History 49.6 (2015): 8. Expanded Academic
ASAP. Web. 01 December 2015.
Wofford, Taylor. “Tanks for Nothing: Why Obama’s Plan to End Police Militarization May Be Dead in the
Water; President Obama has vowed to demilitarize police. Get ready for a long war.”
Newsweek 19 June 2015. General Reference Center GOLD. Web. 13 Nov. 2015.
Online Book, Originally in Print
Smith, James. The Civil War. Boston: Houghton Mifflin Co., 2002. Google Book Search. Web.
01 December 2015.
Obama, Barack. Freedom. Produc. Sam Smith. Presidential Records, 2010. Youtube. Web. 01 December