Stephen Foster (disambiguation)

Stephen Foster (disambiguation)

Stephen Foster may refer to:

* Stephen Foster (1826–1864), American songwriter
* Stephen Clark Foster (1822–1898), first mayor of Los Angeles
* Stephen Symonds Foster (1809-1881), American abolitionist and social activist
* Stephen Foster (footballer) (born 1980), English soccer player
* Steve Foster, English footballer
* Steve Foster (footballer born 1974)
* Steve Foster (baseball)

Other uses

* "Stephen Foster (sculpture)", a public statue in Pittsburgh of the American songwriter
* Stephen Foster Memorial, a historical landmark in Pittsburgh to commemorate the American songwriter
* Stephen C. Foster State Park, named after the American songwriter, in the Okefenokee Swamp, Georgia, U.S.A.
*Stephen Foster Folk Culture Center State Park, Florida
*S. A. Foster House and Stable, also known as Stephen Foster House, Chicago, Illinois
*Stephen Foster House (Topsfield, Massachusetts)
*Stephen Foster Handicap, American horse race
* Stephen Foster - The Musical
* Stephen Foster Briggs, U.S. engineer


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