How do you cite the Library of Congress in APA?

How do you cite the Library of Congress in APA?

Available from: Thomas (Library of Congress), http://thomas.loc.gov; Accessed: 2/11/02. Section Heading, Title Number Followed by Abbreviated Title of Code Followed by Section Number, Publication Date, Source Information.

How do I cite the Library of Congress?

Chicago Citation Format

  1. Author’s last name, first name, middle initial (if given).
  2. Title of document (in italics).
  3. Format (special presentation).
  4. Publisher city: publishing company, copyright date (if given).
  5. Source (From Library of Congress in normal font), Collection name with dates (in italics).

How do you cite the Congress website?

Include the bill title (if relevant), the abbreviated name of the house (H.R. or S.) and number of the bill, the number of the Congress, and the year of publication. When the URL is available, include it at the end of the reference list entry.

How do you cite a library source?

Primary Source From a Library Database “Title of Primary Source Document: Subtitle.” Title of Journal, vol. Volume Number, no. Issue Number, Date of Publication, pp. First Page Number-Last Page Number.

How do you reference primary data?

For primary sources published online, a citation would include: the author, document title or a description, document date, title of the website, reference URL, and date accessed. Elements of a citation are usually listed from the most specific to the most general.

How do you cite a primary source that has been translated?

Works Cited Trans. Firstname Lastname of translator. Place of Publication of the translation: Publisher of the translation. Year of publication for the translation.

How do you cite a primary source in a secondary source?

Your in-text citation should include both authors: the author(s) of the original source and the author(s) of the secondary source. For example: (Habermehl, 1985, as cited in Kersten, 1987). In your reference list you should provide the details of the secondary source (the source you read).