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1899 in Sweden

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1899 in Sweden

Events from the year 1899 in Sweden

Contents

Incumbents

  • Monarch – Oscar II
  • Prime Minister – Erik Gustaf Boström
  • Events

  • 4–7 September - Kooperativa Förbundet is founded
  • The Bus is introduced in Stockholm
  • Åhléns
  • Aurora (newspaper)
  • Christian Workers Union of Sweden (1899)
  • Djurgårdens IF Fotboll
  • IFK Strängnäs
  • IFK Kristianstad
  • IFK Malmö Bandy
  • IFK Malmö Fotboll
  • Nässjö IF
  • Reymersholms IK
  • SoIK Hellas
  • Stockholm Music Museum
  • Svenska Fotbollpokalen
  • Swedish Workers Union
  • A delegation from the Fredrika-Bremer-Förbundet presented a suggestion of woman suffrage to prime minister Erik Gustaf Boström. The delegation was headed by Agda Montelius, accompanied by Gertrud Adelborg, who had written the demand. This was the first time the Swedish women's movement themselves had officially presented a demand for suffrage.
  • Births

  • 23 April – Bertil Ohlin, economist and politician (died 1979)
  • Deaths

  • 12 January - Clara Bonde, courtier (born 1806)
  • 27 August – Wendela Hebbe, reporter, often called the first female reporter of her country (born 1808)
  • 30 December – Axel Danielsson, socialist agitator (born 1863)
  • – Fredrique Paijkull, pioneer for the women's folk school in Sweden (born 1836)
  • – Karin Åhlin, educator (born 1830)
  • – Wilhelmina Bonde, courtier (born 1817)
  • References

    1899 in Sweden Wikipedia


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