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== Conferences ==
== Conferences ==
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|26 June 1853||Skåne Conference|| In 1853 consisted of four branches, viz., Skönabäck, Malmö,|
Lomma, and Lund. Also called Södra Skånska Conference (1853-1921). Called Malmö conference 1921-1927 and Malmö district 1927-1996. Organized as a stake 1 September 1996.
|29 Dec. 1854||Stockholm Conference||Became Stockholm district in 1927.Became the first stake in Sweden 20 April 1975.|
|5 Sept. 1857||Göteborg Conference|| The Göteborg Conference was combined 1870 with the |
Norrköping Conference and was known as the Jönköping Conference for a couple of years. 1872 the headquarters moved to Göteborg and it was again called the Göteborg Conference. 1927 became the Göteborg district. On 20 November 1977 became the Göteborg Stake.
|12 May 1858||Norrköping Conference||The Norrköping Conference was combined with the Göteborg Conference in 1870 with the name Jönköping Conference and in 1872 the Göteborg Conference. The Norrköping conference/district was established 1905 and ended 1962.|
|1 June 1859||Sundsvall Conference||Also known as Sundsvall Conference. 1865 became part of the Stockholm Conference. 1902 again organized as the Sundsvall Conference. 1921 changed to the Gävle Conference. 1947 it was the Sundsvall District . In 1962 became the Gävle-Sundsvall district. 1968 became again the Sundsvall district.|
|1921||Gävle Conference||1921-1932, 1936, 1948-1962.|
|1962-1998||Skellefteå District||Became the Umeå District in 1998.|
|1998-||Umeå District||Skellefteå District changed its name to Umeå.|
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