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Ted Key (left) is shown in traditional Native American clothing during one of Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County, Inc.’s annual Native American Festivals, in this undated file photo. Key, who died Thursday, founded the festival and built a Creek Indian Village at the historical group’s Stately Oaks Plantation.

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Clayton County loses beloved historian

Ted Key remembered as popular educator, engaging storyteller

Clayton County historian Ted Key, 73, succumbed to a heart attack Thursday morning, while enjoying a family trip in the North Georgia mountains, said Historical Jonesboro/Clayton County, Inc. President Barbara Emert.

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