National Geographic : 1952 Jul
" Mike Tarbell Relaxes on Cushions After a Day on Hard Steel In their neat Brooklyn apartments, Mohawk families live like their neighbors. Here Mike holds his youngest daughter, Shelley, in his lap and helps his oldest, Nancy Ann, with fifth-grade arithmetic. Richard, his son, plays with mother's ball of yarn. + A Brooklyn Congregation Sings "Rock of Ages" in Mohawk When Iroquois families showed up for services at the Cuyler Presbyterian Church, Pastor David Cory learned their language and had hymnals translated into Mohawk. Now once each month some 50 Indians at tend his special all-Mohawk service (page 142).