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Omit beginning articles: A, An, The, Der, El, Lí, La, etc.
Type the whole title or as much as is needed to distinguish it from other titles. If you are uncertain about the form (for example, singular vs. plural), use an asterisk (*).
Examples: presbyterian organizations in Philadelphia
early pittsburgh presbyterianism
history of the presbyter* (will retrieve Presbyterian, Presbyterians, presbytery, etc.)
When the exact title is known:
Begin your search in the Title box on the search screen by placing an equals sign (=) before the first word in the title.
Example: You know the title you are seeking is Church and Society
Your search should look like this: =church and society
The results will be only those items that begin with the exact phrase "church and society."
When the exact title is not known:
You may enter one or several words in the Title box on the search screen:
Example 1: You are looking for a book and you know the title contains the phrase "church and society"
Your search should look like this: church and society
The results will be those items with the phrase church and society anywhere in their titles
Example 2: You want to locate titles that have the words "church" and "society" somewhere in the title.
Your search should look like this: church & society
The results will be those items with church and society anywhere in the title.