Manuscripts should be properly documented using either footnotes or endnotes that conform to the Chicago Manual of Style. Be sure to footnote all direct quotes. It is not necessary to document the generally accepted facts of Utah history, but do give credit for sources that provide information on unknown or little known topics, events, or ideas.
Place note numbers at the end of a sentence. Several references in the same paragraph may be listed, in order, under one footnote number at the end of the paragraph. Headlines and page numbers are not necessary with newspaper references.