The Continentals in the Revolution were masters of sniping and hit-and-run-and-melt-away tactics. We're seeing it again in Iraq. Question: Should this NOT have been a successful program of the CSA in the Late Great Unpleasantness? I'm not just saying after Appomattox, I'm saying THROUGHOUT the war. A few hundred Sioux kept 8 of the 9 Minnesota Regiments at home. Think what 30-40 companies (about 100 men each) of organized CSA guerilla units could have done. Lee would not allow it. Mistake?