A bibliography is a list of all works used to write the essay, not just those cited in the essay. It is arranged alphabetically according to the first author’s surname. Whereas you placed the first names or initials first in the footnote, in the bibliography the surname will come first. Also, unlike in the footnote, the bibliography includes the name of the publisher. The following is an example of a bibliography for the discipline of History:
Do not number your entries or use dot points.
1.5 or double space the entire reference list
Put all reference items in hanging indent format.
Insert an additional line space between references for readability.
Ensure that your citation refers to the place of publication and not to the place of printing.
The corporate identity of publishers (such as Company, Limited, Incorporated, Propriety, Group) is never included.