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In APA Style Lewis & Clark: Legacies, Memories, and New Perspectives. By Fresonke, Kris; Spence, Mark David. University of California Press. 2004. eBook.

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3 Lewis & Clark: Legacies, Memories, and New Perspectives. By Fresonke, Kris; Spence, Mark David. University of California Press eBook. 301p. A book that contains writings by different authors is called an anthology. This book about Lewis & Clark is an anthology of scholarly essays by many historians. This is how the book is listed in the EBSCO eBook Collection.

4 Lewis, W. To cite an essay in an anthology, start with the name of the author of the essay. (We’ll get to the editors of the book later.) No matter how many authors there may be, always write the last name first, followed by initials.

5 Lewis, W. (2004). The publication date is always the second part of an APA citation.

6 Lewis, W. (2004). On the trail: Commemorating the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the twentieth century. Next comes the title of the essay. Capitalize the first word of the title, the first word of the subtitle, and proper nouns.

7 Lewis, W. (2004). On the trail: Commemorating the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the twentieth century. In K. Fresonke & M. Spence (Eds.), Now that we’ve written down the author and title of the essay, it’s time for the editors and title of the book. Start with the word “In”, because the essay is in the book. This is the only time you write names with the initial first.

8 Lewis, W. (2004). On the trail: Commemorating the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the twentieth century. In K. Fresonke & M. Spence (Eds.), Lewis & Clark: Legacies, memories, and new perspectives (pp ). The title of the book is written in italics, with the same capitalization as the essay title. Write the page numbers for the essay inside parentheses, with “pp.”

9 Lewis, W. (2004). On the trail: Commemorating the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the twentieth century. In K. Fresonke & M. Spence (Eds.), Lewis & Clark: Legacies, memories, and new perspectives (pp ). Berkeley, CA: University of California. Next, type the city where the book was published and the name of the publisher.

10 Lewis, W. (2004). On the trail: Commemorating the Lewis & Clark Expedition in the twentieth century. In K. Fresonke & M. Spence (Eds.), Lewis & Clark: Legacies, memories, and new perspectives (pp ). Berkeley, CA: University of California. Retrieved from Finally, because this item is available to our library as an ebook, add a brief link to the EBSCO database where you can go to find it. There is no period at the end, and the URL is not underlined.


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