The closest possibility on the Emibas CD index is this one, but he was born in 1866.
Svedberg, Erik Alfred Torpare = tenant farmer (unmarried man)
b. 3/20/1866 in Viksjö, Västernorrlands län (Ångermanland)
Emigrated 6/13/1893 from Brännäset, Viksjö, Västernorrlands län (Ångermanland) to Nordamerika
Source: Household Examination Roll, p. 15
Emibas migration file ID: Viksjö Y 1893 014
Too bad you don't have a full birthdate (including month and day).
If your Alfred left Sweden using a patronymic last name (ending with son) as most of our ancestors did, then you will need much more information to separate him from hundreds or thousands of others named Alfred and born around 1867.
There is a column for a year of immigration in the U.S. Federal Censuses for 1900-1910-1920-1930. What year did you find for Alfred? Also, there is a month and year of birth in the 1900 U.S. Federal Census.
Apparently the above Alfred had a destination in "Dakota" (North or South, I don't know.)
Efternamn:SVEDBERG Förnamn:ALFRED Ålder:27Kön: M Född: 1865/1866 Församling:WIKSJÖLän: Y Titel/Anm: Utresehamn:GÖTEBORG Utvandrdag:1893 06 23 Destination: WEBSTER DAK Medåkande:NEJ Källkod:51:419:1043
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