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Chris Braun, left, and Steve Torgerson of Concrete Construction apply mortar to the rock pillars at the entrance to Greenwood Cemetery Wednesday evening. The masons carefully dismantled the old pillars saving the rock. They reconstructed the historic stone pillars originally built in the 1930s by Mark Louis Morse, a Bemidji mason who also created the Fireplace of States in the Tourist Information Center. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

Historic stone pillars being reconstructed

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Historic stone pillars being reconstructed
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Chris Braun, left, and Steve Torgerson of Concrete Construction apply mortar to the rock pillars at the entrance to Greenwood Cemetery Wednesday evening. The masons carefully dismantled the old pillars saving the rock. They reconstructed the historic stone pillars originally built in the 1930s by Mark Louis Morse, a Bemidji mason who also created the Fireplace of States in the Tourist Information Center. Pioneer Photo/Monte Draper

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