1884 in Sweden
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|Years:||1881 1882 1883 1884 1885 1886 1887|
Events from the year 1884 in Sweden
- - The court case of the short story collection Getting Married by August Strindberg, one of the most known incidents of the ongoing so called Sedlighetsdebatten.
- - The women's organization Fredrika-Bremer-Förbundet is founded in Stockholm. It is followed by the woman's organisation Göteborgs Kvinnoförening in Gothenburg.
- - May - Karolina Widerström becomes the first woman to graduate in medicine in Sweden.
- - First issue of ATL Lantbrukets Affärstidning
- - The toy company Brio is founded.
- - First issue of Svenska Dagbladet
- - The nursing college Sophiahemmet University College is founded in Stockholm by the queen.
- - The appointment of the Workers' Insurance Committee
- Which led in turn to the 1889 Workers' Safety Act and the foundation of the Labor Inspectorate, as well as the 1891 National Health Insurance Act
- 9 March – Carl Holmberg, gymnast (died 1909).
- 31 March – Axel Ljung, gymnast (died 1938).
- 25 May – Gösta Lilliehöök, modern pentathlete (died 1974).
- 22 November - Wilhelmina Gravallius, writer (born 1809)
- Carolina Granberg, ballerina (born 1818)
- Lovisa Charlotta Borgman, violinist (born 1798)
- 1946-, Schön, Lennart, (2012). An economic history of modern Sweden. London: Routledge. ISBN 9780415671309. OCLC 690089901.
- "Carl Holmberg". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 16 October 2014.
- "Axel Ljung". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 16 October 2014.
- "Gösta Lilliehöök". Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 16 October 2014.
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