There are two ways to search the Web site - either by searching the pages of the site itself or by searching the documents in the E-Library. You can search for pages or documents that contain specific words or combinations of words. Use the forms below to conduct your search.
The text search engine will display a weighted list of matching pages, with better matches shown first. A brief explanation of the query language is available below, along with examples.
Search the NLADA Web site
Search the E-Library@NLADA.orgUse the form below to search for documents in the NLADA E-Library. The E-Library search engine will display a weighted list of documents containing or related to the words you specify.
The text search engine allows queries to be formed from arbitrary Boolean expressions containing the keywords AND, OR, and AND NOT. For example: