Compare And Contrast Dowd And Calloway

270 Words2 Pages
While both Dowd and Calloway both touch on accommodation and resistance in their writings, it is very prevalent that They both lean towards one way. I believe that Dowd leans more towards resistance, while Calloway chooses to touch on accommodation. Dowd chooses to look at resistance through the eyes of an Indian during this time. He touches on all the factors that could 've led to an Indian choosing to resist the colonists attempt to "civilize," them. For example, Dowd talks about how the people banded together to finally see themselves as "Indians," and to separate themselves from the teachings of the colonists. On the other hand, Calloway chooses to look at an Indian trying to accommodate through the view as somebody looking in at the
Open Document