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Bluebooking Tips and Resources

U.S. Primary Sources: Rules and Tables

Rule 10-15 cover the various types of domestic primary sources. In addition to these general rules, also pay attention to:

Foreign an International Primary Sources: Rules and Tables

Rules 20-21 cover citations to foreign and international primary sources. In addition to these rules, look at:

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