Locating grammars on Google requires a knowledge of Google search strategies and Boolean operators (see the tab above). Here are a few example searches that you can use.
"the moloko language" OR "a grammar of moloko"
This search will return nearly 4,000 results. To remove some items from the results, we could remove a few of the results.
"the moloko language" OR "a grammar of moloko" -site:amazon.com -site:semanticscholar.org
This is the same search that we did above, but we have removed Amazon and Semantic Scholar from the results. Several more relevant results are climbing up to the top.
(Chukchian OR Chukotian OR Chukotan OR Kamchukchee OR Kamchukotic OR Chukotko-Kamchatkan) AND grammar
The above search is for a grammar of languages in the Chukotko-Kamchatkan language family. The OR operator here ensures that we are looking for other names that are used for the language family.
(Chukchian OR Chukotian OR Chukotan OR Kamchukchee OR Kamchukotic OR Chukotko-Kamchatkan) AND grammar site:edu OR site:org -inurl:wiki
This next search is longer, but it removes results from wikis and specifies that we want .edu or .org sites.