Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind when you are searching
Plurals and other variations: You can use an
asterisk at the end of a word stem to find plural forms
and other variations on that word.
example: searching for "work*" will match
works, worker, working, etc.
Punctuation: All punctuation marks entered in
a search box are ignored and treated as spaces.
example: searching for anti-slavery and anti slavery
will match both anti-slavery and anti slavery
To search for a phrase, simply enter it in a text box.
There is no need to enclose it in " " marks.
Use regions to restrict searches: Most of the
search forms have pull-down menus
that allow you to specify specific areas, or regions,
of a text to search in.
Click the search button: To submit any search
form you must click the "submit search" button.
You cannot activate the search by hitting the enter
or return key.