I read your article. Well done! I believe you have brought a new perspective on the movements of Lane's brigade; the pieces are falling into place. This prompted me to look again at a diary of Lt. Parsons of the 108th New York, which confirms your map information. He writes, "Rebel brigade ... advanced on our regiment ... as rebels neared ... threw down their arms ... Col. Pierce rang out 'cease firing' and the rebels ran in and gave themselves up as prisoners. I took six swords from officers, a battle flag and 200 prisoners ... our division captured 16 stand of colors ... our own brigade got 10 of them." I read also about the 126th New York's role in One Thousand Boys in Blue, where Adj. Brown of that regiment wrote that "Captain Morris Brown, Jr. of the 126th, captured, with his own hands, a stand of colors, upon which were the following inscriptions: Sheppardstown, Malvern Hill, Manassas Junction, Sharpsburg, Harper's Ferry, Manassas, Cedar Run, Mechanicsville, Hanover, Ox Hill, Cold Harbor, Frazer's Farm." This flag was attributed to the 14th NC, an obvious mistake, but what NC regiment was it?