Photo gallery: 2017 restoration work at the Sawyer Log Church

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Members of the Northern Bedrock Historic Preservations Corps added sections to scaffolding standing next to the original Saint Mary & Joseph’s Catholic Church on Oct. 5, 2017. The workers were replacing the cedar shake roof and rebuilding the 133-year-old structure’s bell tower. News Tribune file photo
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Northern Bedrock Historic Preservations Corps members Ian Erickson (from left), Tyler Zaloudek and Adele Johnson fasten cedar shakes to the roof of the original Saint Mary & Joseph’s Catholic Church building in 2017. News Tribune file photo
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Northern Bedrock Historic Preservations Corps member Shelby Witt braces a cedar shake against a scaffolding rail while shaping the shake with a handax in 2017. News Tribune file photo
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Laurel Eaton, Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps development director, photographs 2017 restoration work at the original Saint Mary & Joseph’s Catholic Church. News Tribune file photo
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Tim Lang, a restoration specialist contracted to Northern Bedrock Historic Preservation Corps, talks about the 2017 restoration work on the original Saint Mary & Joseph's Catholic Church building in Sawyer. News Tribune file photo
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In October 2017, Bryan Bassa, deacon at Saint Mary & Joseph's Catholic Church, talks about some of the restoration work already done at the church’s original building, including the replacement of some of the building’s timbers.
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Photo gallery: 2017 restoration work at the Sawyer Log Church
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