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Siyu. I am currently working on learning Eastern Dialect Cherokee. I prefer to learn Giduwa over Kituwa or Western. My question is who from or where can I find reliable sources to work with in my studies. As of right now I can only use online sources or possibly purchase literature. I want to learn the proper way of speaking Cherokee and I am cautious about who to trust. I know that learning from a person or people is my best route although this is unavailable to me at this time. Can anyone suggest proper sources to begin my studies. Giduwa only please! I was using tsasuyeda 's youtube videos and was wondering if this is a reliable source. If you have any suggestions please feel free to make them. S'gi!

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