Citations provide the information necessary for readers to identify and retrieve each source you use. When you use someone else's words or ideas in your papers, you should create Text citations (within the paper) and References Cited citations (at the end of the paper). Each Text citation should lead to a References Cited citation, and each References Cited citation should come from an Text citation.
Use the American Anthropological Association Guide to Chicago Style to help you cite your sources.
e-Book Chapter Example: Argawal, Sabrina C., and Patrick Beauchesne, 2011. "It Is Not Carved In Bone: Development and Plasticity of the Aged Skeleton." Hobokken: Wiley-Blackwell. In Social Bioarchaeology, edited by Sabrina C. Argawal and Bonnie A. Glencross, 312-322. https://0-doi-org. wizard.umich.edu/10.1002/9781444390537