Restoration of Houses in the Resettled Community of Hebron
Family homes at Hebron are being restored...
...or their materials are saved and used in the restoration of other buildings.
The bricks, lumber and clapboard, even the wooden window frames of these sturdy family homes, are carefully removed, inspected and cleaned by Inuit carpenters with special training in heritage restoration carpentry. The reclaimed materials are stored in the loft of the Mission building, waiting to be re-used in the restoration work at the National Historic Site of Hebron.
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