yes, it is a great website, fultonhistory- and he is adding more all of the time- i saw lots more on the people u are researching. boolean search hunts for words that are however many words apart that u choose. eg. u are hunting joseph smith, and u use exact seach. u have now missed all the places where he is called joseph ray smith, all the places he is referred to as smith, joseph, etc. where as, if u click on boolesn search and put joseph w/1 smith, any time those 2 words are 1 word apart from each other, it will find it. so smith, or joseph smith w/20 stockton will get u all the places that those words are 20 words apart from each other. searching historical newspapers takes time and patience, and often turns up a lot of stuff u cant use- but the optical search engine gets confused by the wrinkles, ink blobs, mis-set t y p e - then there is the creative spelling of our ancestors names- no credit cards, drivers license, soc sec- spell your name however u want, call yourself " j r" everyone reading the paper knew who u were anyway. time consuming, but oh, SO worth it! have fun!