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      "", which indexed my site from 1999 until 3-31-2014, is DOA. The following is a new partial* index/search feature available from
      * partial = only 500 of my 1,000+ pages can be searched for FREE. This site sells nothing and earns no income from anyone for anything. I cannot afford to pay $249 per month to have the rest of my site indexed with this company. I can find no company other than FreeFind that will allow everyone to search every page at my site.
      Also, because I cannot afford $249 per month, I am not allowed to see what you search for. So I can't make any improvements to my site based on your searching.


  1. Like Atomz, SwifType supports string searches, i.e. "RCA Victor" without the quotes, finds every occurance of "RCA" and "Victor" everywhere. With the quotes, it only finds the two words together in the order specified within the quotes.
  2. Unlike Atomz, so far, I have found no way that I can, for this specific search page, search ONLY the pages within the "" directory.
  3. Strange ... during the test phase of this new search, although I did a total of just 5 tests, the search "analytics data" page had logged 14 searches!? 4-17-2015: SwifType logging "feature"? still does not work. I just did one (1) search and it logged that I did 8 searches.
Search 500 random FolkLib pages with SwifType

Search the entire FolkLib domain with Google
      Add your search term following the text ""

      Note: this searches possibly previous versions of FolkLib pages that have been indexed by Google and does not search this domain directly. Newly installed pages or recently updated information will not be searchable for a month or more until Google re-indexes this domain.

Spelling Consistency

          I have tried to be very consistent in the format of all addresses that include city, state, province or country. Using the official USPS 2-letter U.S. state codes, searching every alphabetical page for " CO " or " NH " (in double quotes as shown) will find every entry for each particular state. Every Canadian Province and non-U.S. country is completely spelled out, with no abbreviations or USPS codes, like NB or ON. To save futile searches, here are the only non-U.S. ones which have at least one entry here.

  1. Provinces: Alberta, British Colombia, Ontario, Quebec
  2. Countries: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany (& West Germany), Hungary, India, Ireland (& Northern Ireland), Italy, Japan, The Netherlands, Norway, Scotland, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, U.K., Wales

          For consistency of searching, the following country designations as listed in books have been modified:

(Co.) (Company / County [Ireland]) so they won't show up in searches for " CO " (Colorado)
(Fl.) (Floor) so it won't show up in searches for " FL " (Florida)
(Ct.) (Court) so it won't show up in searches for " CT " (Connecticut)

(American) (USA)
(Australian) (Australia)
(Belgian) (Belgium)
(British) (U.K.)
(Canadian) (Canada)
(Dutch) (Netherlands)
(England) (U.K.)
(English) (U.K.)
(French) (France)
(German) (Germany)
(Holland) (Netherlands)
(Indian) (India)
(Irish) (Ireland)
(South African) (South Africa)
(Spanish) (Spain)
(Swedish) (Sweden)
(Swiss) (Switzerland)

Selection by Label Name A-Z

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