- Bibliography (Source List Entry):
Tennessee. Carter County. 1850 U.S. census, population schedule. Digital images. Ancestry.com http://www.ancestry.com : 2009.
- Full footnote (First Reference Note):
1850 U.S. census, Carter County, Tennessee, population schedule, 8th Civil District, p. 210 (stamped), dwell. 45, fam. 45, John Elexander; digital image, Ancestry.com (http://www.ancestry.com : accessed 20 March 2010); citing NARA microfilm publication M432, roll 873<; [CM]>.
- Short footnote (Subsequent Note):
1850 U.S. census, Carter Co., Tenn., pop. sch., 8th Civil District, p. 210 (stamped), dwell. 45, fam. 45, John Elexander<; [CM]>.
Explanation of variations from Mills:
- Without going to lots of split citations, I see no easy way to use the full words "dwelling" and "family" in the full footnote and the abbreviations "dwell." and "fam." in the short footnote. Since the full footnote appears only once, it's easier to edit that in a report, if desired.
- Two elements in this template need to be discussed. We use [REPOSITORY] and [REPOSITORY ADDRESS] instead of [WEBSITE] and [URL]. Since most of the digital census images we will be citing come from websites that offer many databases, we'll be citing those websites and their URLs over and over again. This way, we can enter the information once, and use the same information in many sources. Mills cautions against this in EE, p. 58, stating that if a website's name is placed in the repository, "the software might automatically omit it in printing out reference notes." Since our templates control what TMG prints, we don't need to worry about this.
- In the Bibliography, the year refers to the year the digital material was created/posted. If this information cannot be found, Mills says record the year accessed. (EE, 6.12, p. 263)
- All elements in this template are standard or were created in the previous template.