|Covid-19|Monarch – Charles XV
The Skandinaviska Banken founded.
The newspaper Dagens Nyheter begins its publication.
Unmarried women are granted the same rights within trade and commerce as men.
Husbands are forbidden to abuse their wives.
The gymnastics profession is open to women.
Queen Louise and Princess Louise takes lessons in ice skating for the pioneer Nancy Edberg, making ic skating socially acceptable for females.
Bertha Valerius appointed official photographer of the royal court.
Women students are admitted as students at the Royal Swedish Academy of Arts without having to apply for a dispensation.
Foundation of the Statens normalskola för flickor.
The famous trip of the Sami Maria Magdalena Mathsdotter to Stockholm.
20 January – Mathilda Malling, novelist (died 1942)
12 March – Alice Tegnér, composer (died 1943)
25 June – Ola Hanson, missionary (died 1927).
20 July – Erik Axel Karlfeldt, poet (died 1931)
27 November – Gustaf Boivie, sport shooter (died 1951).
3 December – Anna Boberg, artist (died 1935)
17 December – Felix Körling, composer (died 1937).
18 December – Per-Olof Arvidsson, sport shooter (died 1947).
2 January – Johan Gabriel Richert, jurist and politician (born 1784)
2 March – Brita Catharina Lidbeck, singer (born 1788)
4 November – Lotten Wennberg, philanthropist (born 1815)
1864 in Sweden Wikipedia
Events from the year 1864 in Sweden