Though the links above and below go to the Chicago quick guide - the full print Chicago Manual of Style is available for more complicated questions. These large print volumes can be found both at the Library Services Desk and in the Stacks.
For Chicago Style - Notes and Bibliography - CrossRef find the correct form of the DOI for journal articles (if the journal has a DOI).
Reference (Biographical) Sources
Print and online biographical resources.
Dictionary of National Biography DA28.D4 (Reference & Stacks)
Newer editions are in Reference (2nd floor of the library), older editions are in Stacks (third floor of the library). In this older edition, individuals who died before 1900 in main volumes; others in supplementary volumes organized by decade they died in (1910-19, etc.); each supplementary volume includes all individuals included in all supplementary volumes to date.
Biographical Dictionary of Irish Writers - UNI Reference PR872B51985
Burke's Peerage - Burke's Genealogical and Heraldic History of the Peerage, Baronetage, and Knightage. UNI Reference CS420.B85 (main floor) and & UNI Stacks CS420.B85 1967 (third floor).
"Gives a genealogical account of the families of the Peers and Baronets of the realm." -- The Reference Catalog of Current Literature - J. Whitaker & Sons - 1902
UNI has full access to 14 history journals. Though some of the articles in the remaining 57 Cambridge University Press history journals are open access - many of these articles will need to be requested via Interlibrary Loan
After searching limit results to Articles, Publication Date, and Subject = History.
Note - you can also limit results by Access to UNI-owned articles - or leave this option unchecked (in which case many of the articles will need to be requested via Interlibrary Loan).
Note - Cambridge Core also identifies books (and book chapters) published by Cambridge University Press. In most instances these books will need to be requested via Interlibrary Loan
Library Discovery Systems from Major Universities
Library Discovery Systems
Library Discovery Systems (like UNI Rod Library’s OneSearch) can be used to identify both books and journal articles. Searches can be limited by title and subject. Results can be limited by format, peer-review, and publication date.
The following Discovery Systems – from universities with premier history programs – will help you identify secondary sources not owned by UNI. Check sources found with these Discovery Systems against OneSearch and if not owned by UNI request them requested via Interlibrary Loan).
Be sure to utilize Advanced Search options when available and to limit your search results to specific formats of information when possible.