The Chicago Manual of Style 17th Edition complete guide is provided by the University of Louisville Libraries.
Use this citation quick guide to see sample citations for a variety of common sources. Chicago-style citations come in two varieties: (1) notes and bibliography (preferred in the arts and humanities) and (2) author-date (preferred in the sciences and social sciences).
Purdue's Online Writing Lab CMOS guide includes a citation generator and sample citations for a variety of commons sources. They also have style guides for MLA and APA.
Refer to this sample paper to see how to format your research paper when citing sources in the Chicago NB style.