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Holding onto his heritage
Reedy carries on Indian tradition of grass dancing
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From a young age, Briar Reedy has been in touch with his Indian heritage. The l8-year-old Warren County High School senior is an enrolled member of the Muscogee Creek Nation. His father, Jimmy, can trace their Indian roots back to Chief Alexander McGillivray, a principal chief of the Upper Creek Muscogee towns from 1782.Briar started grass dancing at the age of 8.