It is not possible to make a format specific to your references
without having them in hand, but I can point you to sources which
describe how to do it.
1) CHICAGO MANUAL OF STYLE (TURABIAN):
Citing Sources at the End of Your Paper (Bibliography):
"The bibliographic list is located at the end of your paper, and it
includes all of the bibliographic details your readers need in order
to seek out your sources on their own (i.e., to replicate your
Name of Department or Issuing Body. "Title of Treaty," Date of Treaty.
Treaties and Other International Agreements. (TIAS) Number. United
States Treaties and Other International Agreements, [if bound, not
microtext] Volume Number, Part Number. Example:
U.S. Department of State. "Tourism," 3 October 1989. TIAS no. 12403.
United States Treaties and Other International Agreements.
2) AUTHOR-DATE SYSTEM:
Format of the Reference List:
"The reference list should begin on a new page following the last page
of your paper. For instance, if your paper itself is six and a half
pages long, using half of page seven, the reference list should begin
on page eight. This page should also be numbered (page 8) just like
the rest of your paper. However, most instructors, when assigning an
eight-page paper, do not actually count the reference page as one of
the required pages."
"Format of reference list entries differs from that of bibliography
entries in the following ways: Reference List entries privilege dates
(placing the date of publication directly after the author's name).
They often (but not always) abbreviate the first name(s) of the
author. They employ the "down" or "sentence" style of capitalization
in source titles (meaning that only the first words of the title and
subtitle, along with proper nouns and proper adjectives, are
Name of Department or Issuing Body. Date of Treaty. Title of Treaty.
Treaties and Other International Acts (TIAS) Number. United States
Treaties and Other International Agreements, Volume Number, Part
Number [if text version, and not microform].
U.S. Department of State. 1989. Tourism. 3 October.
TIAS no. 12403. United States Treaties and Other International
3) ASAP STYLE:
"The reference list should begin on a new page at the end of your
paper, titled simply "References" (without the quotation marks).
Include references only for works that you have actually cited in your
paper. Alphabetize the entries, by author's last name. If your list
includes several works by the same author, arrange them
chronologically and repeat the author's name at the beginning of each
reference. Double-space all lines, and indent second and subsequent
lines of each entry."
U.S. Department of State. 1963. Nuclear Weapons Test Ban,
5 August. TIAS no. 5433. U.S. Treaties and Other
International Agreements, vol. 14, pt. 3.
["TIAS" indicates the treaty series.]
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