It depends on how you intend to restore your partition. You can attempt to recover the files and directories from the previous partition although I doubt you will be able to restore everything. There are some tools precisely for restoring files from nuked partitions but you can still attempt a full restore. Testdisk and ext3grep can do restores but it all depends on the extent of damage done to the data you want to restore.
I don't use Fedora, but it all depends what files are store in /boot and how the partition was linked to the other partitions in the installation of Fedora. If /boot only contained kernel stuff and the bootloader, it should be possible to make a full restore without reinstalling. You will need to create the partition, make sure it uses the same UUID listed in /etc/fstab and use a chroot to install the missing kernels and bootloader from /boot. Obviously, the package management tool may complain that somes files are missing. In that case attempt to reinstall the missing kernels and bootloader. I want to emphasize that the key to succeeding in this method is to match the UUID of the newly build partition to the one listed in Fedora's /etc/fstab.
I assumed you don't have a backup, otherwise, restoration should be far easier.
Last edited by edbarx; 04-11-2014 at 01:25 AM.