for a Smith or a Smyth/e? Try the Smyth
Index - click on the unicorn.
searching this site, single keywords work
well enough - but using single words
tends to produce several results that you
may not need. Enclosing two or
more words between "quotation
marks" WILL produce better
returns. For example, if you use the
single word DREW as your key word, you
will need to scroll through several
hundred returns! "Beriah Drew"
or a similar search string WILL narrow
down the search considerably.
"James Francis Smythe" WILL
return the optimum highlight text where
those words are adjacent to each other on
a page and written in
that exact order. Words searched
are generally NOT case
sensitive. "james francis
smythe" should produce the
same results as above. Dates may also be
searched in this way. Example "born
Use the Search
Tips link above to learn
further tricks to refine searches here -
and on most web search engines.
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