|Footnotes are used less frequently today than in the past. If they are
used, they go at the bottom of a column of text and are not indented.
Use asterisk (*), dagger (†), double dagger (‡),
and section mark (§) in that order. In text these marks are placed
after all marks of punctuation except a dash or, depending on the sense,
a parenthesis. The wording of an individual footnote is fairly
|*See "Irish Ways Live On in Dingle," by Bryan
Hodgson, National Geographic, April 1976.
†"The Friendly Irish," by John Scofield, appeared
in the September 1969 National Geographic.
*See "The Essential Element of Fire," by
Michael Parfit, in the September 1996 issue.