The People History

General Citation Information

Here are just a few general pieces of information about the website for when you want to create your own citation. We at The People History specifically encourage students, especially young students who are just learning how to cite resources, to take this information provided and create their own citations. We also have the proper way to cite specific pages in MLA, APA, or Chicago Style listed below. We recommend looking at this great website for learning how to format specific citations: Purdue University Research and Citation Resources

Proper Citations for MLA, APA, and Chicago Styles

Here are a few examples of how to cite The People History for your project. We have used the 1958 page as an example. There are variations in format depending on what style, how specific you want to be, and what requirements your project might have, and some information with change if you use different web pages on The People History (like the web page title). However, we have tried to provide you with a few different styles for generally citing this website as an information source.

MLA Format

Pearson, Stephen. "The Year 1958." The People History. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 Dec. 2020.

APA Format

Pearson, S. (n.d.). The Year 1958. The People History. Retrieved Web. 20 Decemer. 2020, from

Chicago Style Format

Pearson, Stephen. "The Year 1958." The People History. (accessed 20 Decemer. 2020 ).

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