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1864 in Sweden

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1864 in Sweden

Events from the year 1864 in Sweden

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Charles XV
  • Events

  • 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.
  • Births

  • 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).
  • Deaths

  • 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)
  • References

    1864 in Sweden Wikipedia


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