Feather:  "I've been a songwriter - mainly of children's shows - since college with many shows produced. My interest in Presidential (and American) history has also been lifelong, and my book: "Ladies: A Conjecture of Personalities" allows my imagination to play with history. My second book, "Garfield's Train" is a novel about the death of President James Garfield in Long Branch, NJ in 1881. I have also e-published an informative little book entitled "On The Road With the Old Gals" - about my lessons learned while promoting my books by lecture. I am currently working on a non-fiction about Presidential marriages."

In promoting "LADIES: A Conjecture of Personalities", I began speaking at literally dozens of venues, such as library groups, the AAUW, Historical Societies, Woman's Clubs, Senior and Retirement groups, etc., etc. - and have loved every minute of it."  See Feather's Events.

"After 30 years as an Advertising and Public Relations account executive, I am indulging my hobby as an amateur Presidential Historian."
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Presidential Journey
Asbury Park Press - Asbury Park,NJ,USA
... Watching nearby, presidential history buff Feather Schwartz Foster offered up a clue. Goldberg, a resident of Cranford, needed more than that to go on. ...

An Intimate Portrait of the Women Who Shaped America from Martha Washington to Mamie Eisenhower. Researching the subject for more than 40 years, FeatherSchwartz Foster has given more than 200 lectures aboutthe women whose marriages are included in the book, including the Christopher Wren Society in Williamsburg, Virginia. She  also is a “Resident Guest” at the President’s Park in Williamsburg.
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September 02, 1861 – Nellie Taft
September 04, 1803 – Sarah Polk
September 21, 1788 – Margaret Taylor

September 15, 1857 William H Taft

September 12, 1953 – John and Jacqueline Kennedy
September 15, 1794 – James and Dolley Madison