Guidelines

Guidelines for quoting or reprinting excerpts from the Foundation for American Christian Education’s publications

Thank you for your interest in the publications of the Foundation for American Christian Education. In referencing and quoting our materials, you partner with us in fulfilling our mission to remind America of her Christian history, equipping her to courageously answer God’s call.

You may quote from the Foundation’s materials without express written permission if you properly cite the quote in your publication and do not quote more than 10% of a copyrighted work or two pages, whichever is smaller. For this type of quotation, please cite it in the appropriate format listed below (for more information on appropriate citation, please see “Documentation 1: Basic Patterns” in The Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Edition):

a. Endnote format (endnotes go at the end of a chapter or section) Rosalie June Slater, Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History: The Principle Approach, American Revolution Bicentennial Edition, Chesapeake, Virginia: Foundation for American Christian Education, 1975, 52–53. Rosalie June Slater, “Noah Webster: Founding Father of Scholarship and Education,” in Noah Webster’s An American Dictionary of the English Language, Education, 1967, 11.

b. Footnote format (format is the same as endnote, but notes go at the base of a page) Rosalie June Slater, Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History: The Principle Approach, American Revolution Bicentennial Edition, Chesapeake, Virginia: Foundation for American Christian Education, 1975, 52–53. Rosalie June Slater, “Noah Webster: Founding Father of Scholarship and Education,” in Noah Webster’s An American Dictionary of the English Language, Facsimile First Edition. Chesapeake, VA: Foundation for American Christian Education, 1967, 11.

c. Reference List
Slater, Rosalie June. 1975. Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History: The Principle Approach, American Revolution Bicentennial Edition, Chesapeake, Virginia: Foundation for American Christian Education.

Slater, Rosalie June. 1967. “Noah Webster: Founding Father of Scholarship and Education,” in Noah Webster’s An American Dictionary of the English Language, Facsimile First Edition. Chesapeake, Virginia: Foundation for American Christian Education.

d. Bibliography/Resource List
Slater, Rosalie June. Teaching and Learning America’s Christian History: The Principle Approach, American Revolution Bicentennial Edition. Chesapeake, Virginia: Foundation for American Christian Education, 1975.

Slater, Rosalie June. “Noah Webster: Founding Father of Scholarship and Education,” in Noah Webster’s An American Dictionary of the English Language, Facsimile First Edition. Chesapeake, Virginia: Foundation for American Christian Education, 1967.

If you desire to reprint more than 10% or two consecutive pages of any of the Foundation’s copyrighted material, please send an e-mail to Dr. Carole Adams at cga@face.net including the following information:

  • the reference (including the work’s title, author, and the page numbers where the excerpt is found)
  • how you intend to use the material (web site, article, web journal, book, etc.)
  • if you intend to sell the finished product, how many you intend to print, number of pages, and price
  • your contact information and preferred method and time to contact

If you desire to quote a public domain work contained in one of the Foundation’s compilations (such as William Bradford’s of Plimoth Plantation contained in Verna Hall’s The Christian History of the Constitution of the United States of America: Vol. I: Christian Self- Government), you may do so without express permission from the Foundation, although a citation is still necessary (the words of the work remains in public domain, although the Foundation owns the copyright to the layout and typesetting).

If you require additional information, please e-mail The Foundation for American Christian Education at info1828@face.net or call 800-352-3223‬.

You may also view our LEGAL Guidelines here.