In the Chicago Author-Date style the sources are cited in-text rather than in numbered footnotes. The reference list is arranged in alphabetical order by author at the end of the paper matching the in-text citation sources.
Our examples are based on the Chicago Manual of Style Online (CMOS 17) with particular reference to chapter 15, "Author Date-References."
The Q&A and the Citation Quick Guide sections of the Chicago Manual of Style Online can also be used for further guidance.
Check the sample reference list for guidance on the complete list