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Frances Mayhugh Holden was a Texas writer and researcher. She was appointed by Governor John Connally to the Texas Commission on the Arts and was a founder of the Ranching Heritage Association and Center and the Women's Council of the West Texas Museum Association at Texas Tech University. She wrote Lambshead before Interwoven: A Texas Range Chronicle, 1848-1878, a history of the Lambshead range along the Clear Fork of the Brazos River in northwest Texas. It serves as a prequel to events described in the classic memoir Interwoven: A Pioneer Chronicle by Sallie Reynolds Matthews.
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