Duane “Yellow Feather” Shepard

Actor, descendant of Bruce family, chief of the Pocasset Wampanoag Tribe of the Pokanoket Nation

Actor, descendant of Bruce family, chief of the Pocasset Wampanoag Tribe of the Pokanoket Nation

Duane “Yellow Feather” Shepard on KCRW

Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a historic bill for California last week.

Bruce’s Beach will return to descendants of Willa and Charles Bruce — nearly a century later

Governor Gavin Newsom signed into law a historic bill for California last week.

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“The Bruce family is not interested in an apology. We want the restoration of our land. We want restitution for that loss of revenue that we would have had for 96 years.

Family descendent wants Bruce’s Beach back. It might happen with new State Senate bill

“The Bruce family is not interested in an apology. We want the restoration of our land. We want restitution for that loss of revenue that we would have had for 96 years.

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