What even is Chicago Style? And what is Turabian Style?
Chicago/Turabian citation style refers to documentation rules first published in the Chicago Manual of Style in 1949. This style is often used in the humanities and places bibliographic notes at the foot (footnotes) and at the end (endnotes) of papers, called "Notes and Bibliography." There is also an "Author Date" style. These two links provide information and sample papers in their respective styles.
Turabian is the version of Chicago Style that is meant for students who are not publishing their written works. For more information about Chicago/Turabian Style, visit the Chicago Manual of Style website.