Last name 1 Author’s name here Teacher’s name here Class title here Due Date (date month year) Title is Centered and Not Underlined Your introduction goes here. Only the first page should include the whole heading and title. All margins--top, bottom, and sides--should be set to one inch (1") throughout the whole paper. Do not add extra spaces between the heading and the title. Double-space all text in the paper, including the Works Cited page. Use a 12-point font, and choose a font that is easy to read such as Times New Roman. Make sure your last name and page number appear in the upper right of every page (including the Works Cited page). Double-click on the page number above to enter your last name. Once you enter your name on one page, it will be entered automatically on all subsequent pages. Second paragraph here is indented. Do not forget to CITE all information. Last name 2 Works Cited Allen, R.L. The American Farm Book; or Compend of American Agriculture; Being a Practical Treatise on Soils, Manures, Draining, Irrigation, Grasses, Grain, Roots, Fruits, Cotton, Tobacco, Sugar Cane, Rice, and Every Staple Product of the United States with the Best Methods of Planting, Cultivating, and Preparation for Market. New York: C.M. Saxton, 1849. Print. Baker, Gladys L., Wayne D. Rasmussen, Vivian Wiser, and Jane M. Porter. Century of Service: The First 100 Years of the United States Department of Agriculture. [Federal Government], 1996. Print. Demaree, Albert Lowther. The American Agricultural Press 1819-1860. New York: Columbia University Press, 1941. Print. Works Cited page notes (DELETE this portion before printing your paper): o Alphabetize entries by first word in the entry (usually author’s last name or first word of the title if no author is listed) o Indent all lines of an entry after the first line o Remember that whatever is listed first in the works cited entry is what should be in your parenthetical citation in the paper (inside parentheses). So if the title is the first part of the works cited entry, then you should include the title inside the parentheses to cite that source. See http://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/747/02/ for more information.