Notes documenting a text, and corresponding to reference numbers in the text, placed at the end of the book or at the end of the chapter
When footnotes (see Text Block elements) are consolidated at the end of a chapter or at the end of the book, they are called endnotes.
example References to specific ideas, facts, data, opinions, or quotes within your paper. See: Citing Your Research.
NOTES that appear at the end of a section, CHAPTER, PART or book, as opposed to being at the foot of the PAGE as in FOOTNOTES. When there are more than a few endnotes, they are usually numbered sequentially using SUPERSCRIPT numbers.
in Chicago Manual of Style (documentary-note / humanities style), notes giving complete bibliographical information about each work cited; endnotes are gathered together at the end of a paper and are numbered following the numbering you use in the text.
References to information sources that offer (1) the original version of words quoted in the text, (2) facts or other information mentioned in the text, or (3) further discussion of information mentioned in the text. Like footnotes in their purpose, but endnotes appear at the end of an article, chapter, or book. Endnotes are usually numbered in the sequence (1, 2, 3, 4, etc.) they occur in the text.
Explanatory notes and/or source citations that appear either at the end of individual chapters or at the end of a book's text; used primarily in scholarly or academically oriented works.
The references or list of works cited located at the end of a chapter or article