How to cite this website
When citing material from this website, it is important to include as much information as possible, so that other researchers can follow your work. At minimum, each citation should include an author, title, date of access, and URI. When citing a story, it should look something like this:
Joseph Yannielli, "Princeton's Fugitive Slaves," Princeton & Slavery Project, accessed , slavery.princeton.edu/stories/runaways.
When citing a primary source, you also should include the item's original (physical) location. For example:
Erkuries Beatty to James Hunter Ewing, 20 March 1819, MS158, Manuscript Collection, Historical Society of Princeton (Princeton, NJ), Princeton & Slavery Project, accessed , slavery.princeton.edu/sources/beatty.
To cite the contributors or the website as a whole, consult our credits page. For example:
Martha A. Sandweiss, director, Princeton & Slavery Project, accessed , slavery.princeton.edu.
The specific format for your citations will depend on your discipline and the venue of publication. The standard format for most history publications is the Chicago Manual of Style (16th edition). Although individual authors will vary, in general, all story and source material on this site adheres to Chicago Style. If you have any questions about the material on this site, please contact us. For examples of story citations in several popular formats, please see below:
R. Isabela Morales, "Slavery at the President’s House," Princeton & Slavery Project, accessed , https://slavery.princeton.edu/stories/presidents-house.
Morales, R. Isabela. "Slavery at the President’s House." Princeton & Slavery Project. Accessed . https://slavery.princeton.edu/stories/presidents-house.
For more information, see: www.chicagomanualofstyle.org
Morales, R. Isabela. "Slavery at the President’s House." Princeton & Slavery Project, slavery.princeton.edu/stories/presidents-house. Accessed .
For more information, see: www.mla.org/MLA-Style
Morales, R. Isabela. (). Slavery at the President’s House. In Princeton & Slavery Project. Retrieved from https://slavery.princeton.edu/stories/presidents-house.
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