Citing sources

Referencing your source material is an important part of historical research. By citing your sources carefully and clearly, you present to your readers the evidence upon which your research is based. This enhances its authority, by showing that your assertions and interpretations are constructed on a firm empirical foundation.

Guide: citing sources

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