Please cite the Internet collection to which a document belongs and, if possible, the book, newspaper, manuscript collection, etc., in which it originally appeared. Usually, the Internet collection is identified at the top of the page, at the bottom, or both. It may therefore be necessary to scroll up or down to find the name of the collection. In a few instances, the document page does not include this information. In such instances, you will usually be directed first to an access page (which will include the Internet collection information) and then on to the specific document you seek.
Please do not refer to this collection, "Lone Star History Links," in your document citation.
For guides to a format to use in citing resources found on the Internet, see H-AFRICA Humanities On-Line Brief Citation Guide or Bedford/St. Martin’s Chicago Citation Style.