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 "article name needed". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921. 

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Purpose

This template facilitates the citation of articles from the Wikisource project Collier's New Encyclopedia in the manner of {{cite encyclopedia}}.

Usage

{{Cite Collier's|wstitle=Collier's article name}} — for articles on Wikisource

or

{{Cite Collier's|title=Collier's article name}} — for articles not on Wikisource. With this option the optional url=url may be wanted:
{{Cite Collier's|title=Collier's article name|url=url}}

and with a specification of the optional author, display, vb or noicon:

{{Cite Collier's|wstitle=Collier's article name|display=displayed article name|author=author name|noicon=x|vb=x}}

Examples

Simple

{{Cite Collier's|wstitle=Jackson, Andrew}}

displays as:

 "Jackson, Andrew". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921. 

With comment

{{Cite Collier's|wstitle=Jackson, Andrew}} A popular politician in the formative years of the United States.

displays as:

 "Jackson, Andrew". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921.  A popular politician in the formative years of the United States.

Using display

The mechanics of Wikisource will sometimes require that a link have disambiguation information which is not part of the original title. The display parameter allows this information to be hidden for the purpose of the citation. For example:

{{Cite Collier's|wstitle=Monroe (Louisiana)|year=1921|display=Monroe, a city of Louisiana}}

displays as:

 "Monroe, a city of Louisiana". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921. 

Using noicon

{{Cite Collier's|wstitle=Jackson, Andrew|noicon=x}}

displays as:

"Jackson, Andrew". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921. 

Using vb

If text is incorporated verbatim into an article, the vb parameter can be used to tack on a notice appropriate to the policy in Wikipedia:Plagiarism.

{{Cite Collier's|wstitle=Townsend, Charles Henry Tyler|vb=x}}

displays as:

 This article incorporates text from a publication now in the public domain"Townsend, Charles Henry Tyler". Collier's New Encyclopedia. 1921. 

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