First, select one of the six criteria
to search on. If choosing the site name (text), type the Site
name or part of the Site name that you would like to search
for. When using this search, the database will look for any
Site Name entries including the entered word. For example:
A search for tin
will find "Tin Hill", "Cowboy Tin",
as well as "Sitting Bull".
This works very similarly for the commodity text search. If desired
to find all gold deposits, typing gold
in the commodity text search would return all results
Otherwise if searching on any other criteria,
select the term from the drop down box. Any entries that are missing
may be searched for by selecting "Not Available".
Clicking "Go" will search the database. If your search
returns results, the results will be shown in table form. Clicking
on "Detail" will show full detailed information. You
may sort these results by Name, County, and Status. It defaults
to Name, ascending. By clicking on a column once, it will sort
that column ascending. Clicking it again will sort descending,
and so on. Results are paged at a default of 15 results per page.
To change this, select the "View  records per page"
drop down box and change the  to a different number. You may
page through the records by selecting Next Page and Previous Page.
Selecting the "Print" option
under the results will open a new window with all results in a
tabular form. Selecting the "Save" option will open
a new window to a tab delimited text document to save the search
results. This data may be opened into a spreadsheet program or
saved for later use. The data is sorted by the last sort used.