19th-century Swedish people

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  1. Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld

    Adolf Erik Nordenskiöld

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    Finnish/Swedish geologist, mineralogist and arctic explorer

  2. Adolf Fredrik Lindblad

    Adolf Fredrik Lindblad

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    Swedish composer

  3. Albert Gustaf Dahlman

    Albert Gustaf Dahlman

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    Swedish executioner

  4. Albert Ranft

    Albert Ranft

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    Swedish, Actor

  5. Alfhild Agrell

    Alfhild Agrell

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    Swedish writer and playwright

  6. Alfred Nobel

    Alfred Nobel

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    Chemist, engineer, innovator, armaments manufacturer and the inventor of dynamite

  7. Amalia Assur

    Amalia Assur

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    Amalia Assur (1803–1889) was the first female dentist in Sweden.


  8. Amalia Lindegren

    Amalia Lindegren

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    Swedish artist

  9. Amalia von Helvig

    Amalia von Helvig

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    German, Socialite

  10. Amanda Rylander

    Amanda Rylander

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    Swedish actor

  11. Anders Abraham Grafström

    Anders Abraham Grafström

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    Swedish, Writer

  12. Anders Fredrik Skjöldebrand

    Anders Fredrik Skjöldebrand

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    Swedish noble and general

  13. Anders Fryxell

    Anders Fryxell

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    Swedish historian

  14. Anders Gustaf Ekeberg

    Anders Gustaf Ekeberg

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    Swedish chemist

  15. Anders Selinder

    Anders Selinder

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    Anders Selinder, (4 November 1806, Stockholm – 6 November 1874, Stockholm), was a Swedish dancer, Ballet master, choreographer and director. He was master of the Royal Swedish Ballet in 1833–1856.


  16. Anders Zorn

    Anders Zorn

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    Swedish painter

  17. Anna Johansdotter Norbäck

    Anna Johansdotter Norbäck

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    Anna Johansdotter Norbäck, (1804-1879), also known as Mor Anna (Mother Anna), was a Swedish religious leader, the founder and leader of the religious movement Annaniterna (The Annanites), who had their names after her. The movement was founded in Ångermanland in the 1830s, was separated from the Swedish church in 1854 and lasted until the late 19th-century.


  18. Anna Månsdotter

    Anna Månsdotter

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    Anna Månsdotter, also known as Yngsjömörderskan (in English: The Yngsjö Murderess), (December 28, 1841 – August 7, 1890) was the last woman to be executed in Sweden. The Yngsjö murder is one of the most famous murder-cases in Swedish history. Together with her son, Per Nilsson, she carried out the murder of his wife Hanna Johansdotter in March 1889.


  19. Anna Sterky

    Anna Sterky

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    Swedish politician

  20. Anna Sundström

    Anna Sundström

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    Anna Sundström, born as Anna Christina Persdotter, (born in Kymlinge, Spånga, 26 February 1785 - 1871), was a Swedish chemist. She was the assistant of the chemist and scientist Jöns Jacob Berzelius from 1808 to 1836. Anna Sundström has been referred to as the first female chemist in Sweden.


  21. Anne Charlotte Leffler

    Anne Charlotte Leffler

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    Swedish author

  22. Artur Hazelius

    Artur Hazelius

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    Swedish folkorist

  23. Arvid Posse

    Arvid Posse

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    Prime Minister of Sweden, 1880 to 1883

  24. August Blanche

    August Blanche

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    Swedish politician

  25. August Strindberg

    August Strindberg

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    Swedish playwright, writer, and painter

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