Thanks. I don't think I explained my question very well before. Yes, I can get to the Genealogy Library from there, and I have done several searches. It's the results page that comes up after those searches that has me perplexed.
For some of the results there are two links after the citation, "go to page" and "data introduction." For the rest of the results, there's only one link, "data introduction." The citations that include the "go to page" link are wonderful. When I click on it I can go right to the page. The Genealogy Library is great!
How can I see the pages on the citations where there is no "go to page" link? Clicking on the "data introduction" link takes me to a page that gives me information about the source (which is really helpful), and an opportunity to search that work for another name.
I don't want to search for another name, I want to see the information in the original citation. The original citation on the results page lists the page number, but I can't figure out how to go to that page.
Thanks for all the help you've given everyone on this forum. I've learned a lot just reading your respones to other people's questions.
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