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|State :||Lower Saxony|
|Administrative headquarters :||Northeim|
|Area :||1,267.08 km 2|
|Residents:||132,285 (Dec. 31, 2019)|
|Population density :||104 inhabitants per km 2|
|License plate :||NOM, EIN, GAN|
|Circle key :||03 1 55|
|Circle structure:||11 municipalities|
|Address of the
|Medenheimer Strasse 6-8
|District Administrator :||Astrid Klinkert-Kittel ( SPD )|
|Location of the district of Northeim in Lower Saxony|
The district borders clockwise in the northwest, beginning with the districts of Holzminden , Hildesheim , Goslar and Göttingen (all in Lower Saxony) as well as the district of Kassel (in Hesse ) and the district of Höxter (in North Rhine-Westphalia ). The west-east extension is approx. 48 km (border triangle on the Weser to Lindau), from north to south it is 45 km (Gehrenrode to Offensen).
The village of Fürstenhagen , which belongs to the city of Uslar, is a specialty . Fürstenhagen is an exclave of the Northeim district, as the village is enclosed by about three quarters of the Kassel district and about a quarter of the Göttingen district. The only road connection to Fürstenhagen leads from the Northeim district through the Hessian village of Heisebeck . From the district of Göttingen, however, the village can only be reached via forest paths.
The district is located in the Weser - Leine -Bergland. The Leine flows in the eastern district in the Leinegraben in a south-north direction. In the northeast, the district borders on the western foothills of the Harz Mountains . It is limited in the southwest by the Weser . There is also the red sandstone massif Solling . In the central district area, the flat Keuper formation of the Leinegraben is interrupted by smaller ridges (Heber, Hube, Selter), some of which are made of shell limestone (like the Amtsberge ) and some of red sandstone (like the Ahlsburg ). The highest elevation in the district is the Große Pollen (528 m above sea level) in the Solling near Dassel.
Between the two central centers of this district, Northeim and Einbeck , the Leineniederung in connection with the adjacent areas of Polder I and the Northeimer Seenplatte forms a nature reserve that is of national importance, especially for some species of duckbirds . The area is a central resting area in the migratory corridor of several migratory bird species and is protected as a European bird sanctuary . The Solling-Vogler Nature Park , the second largest contiguous forest area and low mountain range in Lower Saxony, begins in the western district area , at the municipal borders of Bodenfelde , Dassel , Hardegsen and Uslar . Larger areas are designated as landscape protection areas due to their diverse character and recreational function .
- List of nature reserves in the Northeim district
- List of landscape protection areas in the Northeim district
- List of natural monuments in the Northeim district
- List of protected landscape components in the Northeim district
The district was formed on April 1, 1885 in the course of the reorganization of the Prussian province of Hanover from the Northeim office and the cities of Northeim and Moringen . On October 1, 1932, it was expanded to include the Uslar district . On January 1, 1939, it was renamed "Landkreis Northeim" according to a uniform imperial order. In 1962 the eastern part of Neuhaus im Solling , which belongs to Northeim, was ceded to the Holzminden district. On October 1, 1971, the Hanoverian cliffs were ceded to the North Rhine-Westphalian district of Höxter . On January 1, 1973, was area of the patch Adelebsen assigned to the district Göttingen. The founding of the municipality of Katlenburg-Lindau added the former municipality of Lindau in the district of Duderstadt . Lindau is thus the only place in the Eichsfeld district in the district. On January 1, 1973, the community of Silberborn and the Lauenförde district also came to the Holzminden district. On March 1, 1974, the district of Einbeck and the district of Northeim were dissolved and combined with eight communities in the district of Gandersheim , the then dissolved municipality on the mountain , to form a new district of Northeim. On August 1, 1977, the municipality of Kalefeld in the district of Osterode am Harz as well as the city of Bad Gandersheim and the municipality of Kreiensen in the district of Gandersheim were added. On January 1, 2013, the municipality of Kreiensen was incorporated into the city of Einbeck .
From 2009 to 2013, the political institutions examined a merger of the Northeim district with the neighboring Göttingen and Osterode districts in various constellations for synergy purposes. In April 2012, a petition against the merger was reported to District Administrator Michael Wickmann (SPD). However, too few signatures were collected for the referendum. In February 2013, the Northeim district administrator finally advised against a merger, the talks were ended, although the red-green majority in the district council continued to advocate a merger. The talks about a three-way merger have nevertheless failed. Talks about the two-person merger of the districts of Göttingen and Osterode without Northeim, however, went well, as a result of which the merger of the two districts was implemented on November 1, 2016.
The district of Northeim was significantly enlarged in both 1932 and 1977.
The electoral period of the district council is 5 years in accordance with § 28 of the Lower Saxony district regulations (NLO), begins on November 1st of the election year of a local election and ends on October 31st of the following election year. According to § 26 NLO, the district council consists of the district council members and the district councilor who is also a member of the district council by virtue of their office. According to § 27 NLO, the number of district council members of the Northeim district is 50 plus the district administrator. From the local election on September 11, 2011 , the Lower Saxony Municipal Constitutional Act (NKomVG), which comes into force on November 1, 2011 , regulates the allocation of seats in Section 46 and has not been changed compared to the NLO.
The election results of the district council elections since 2001 are shown in the following table:
|Parties and constituencies||Percent
|SPD||Social Democratic Party of Germany||40.76||20th||42.92||21st||45.60||23||45.44||26th|
|CDU||Christian Democratic Union of Germany||31.1||16||32.98||17th||37.97||19th||37.89||22nd|
|AfD||Alternative for Germany - Lower Saxony||8.53||4th||-||-||-||-||-||-|
|FDP||Free Democratic Party||7.11||4th||6.46||3||9.00||4th||8.94||5|
|Green||Alliance 90 / The Greens||6.78||3||9.85||5||5.17||3||5.13||2|
|GfE||Together for Einbeck (GfE)||1.48||1||3.22||2||-||-||-||-|
|Pirates||Pirate Party Germany||-||-||0.41||0||-||-||-||-|
|Flat share||Groups of voters||-||-||-||-||-||-||1.2||0|
|NPD||National Democratic Party of Germany||0.62||0||-||-||-||-||-||-|
- Die Linke: joined the PDS in 2001 .
- Groups of voters, as the 2001 result cannot be broken down into individual groups of voters.
- In addition to the elected members of the district council, the district administrator belongs to the district council.
The district parliamentary groups of the SPD, Greens and FDP have formed a group.
With regard to the federal elections , the district is divided into two parts. While almost the entire district belongs to constituency 52 Goslar - Northeim - Osterode , the city of Uslar and the area Bodenfelde belong to constituency 47 Hameln-Pyrmont - Holzminden .
List of county councilors of the district Northeim:
|1885-1890||Alfred von Grote|
|1927 - April 1930||Hermann Conring|
|April 1930 - August 1932||Ludolf-Theodor-Erich Kirschbaum|
|September 1932 - April 1945||Otto von der Schulenburg||NSDAP|
|April 1945 - September 2, 1945||Carl Querfurt||SPD|
|September 3, 1945 - September 20, 1945||Karl Bathe *|
|September 21, 1945 - November 30, 1945||Willi Vollbrecht *|
|February 1, 1946 - June 17, 1946||Erich Danehl *||SPD|
|June 17, 1946 - October 26, 1946||Georg Diederichs||SPD|
|October 26, 1946 - December 28, 1948||Erich Gerlach||SPD|
|December 28, 1948 - December 4, 1952||Ernst Carstens|
|December 4, 1952 - November 30, 1953||Hans Engel|
|November 30, 1953 - November 30, 1954||Mannsfeld Thurm|
|November 30, 1954 - November 21, 1955||Hans Engel|
|November 21, 1955 - November 26, 1956||Mannsfeld Thurm|
|November 26, 1956 - July 14, 1958||Carl Graf von Hardenberg|
|July 14, 1958 - April 8, 1961||Willy Belz|
|April 8, 1961 - October 23, 1964||Ernst Hauk|
|October 23, 1964 - October 25, 1968||Erwin Schmidt|
|October 25, 1968 - April 24, 1973||Wilhelm Gehrke||SPD|
|April 24, 1973 - November 3, 1981||Axel Endlein||SPD|
|November 3, 1981 - November 10, 1986||Hans-Peter Voigt||CDU|
|November 10, 1986 - October 31, 2001 **||Axel Endlein||SPD|
|November 2, 2001 - August 31, 2015 ***||Michael Wickmann||SPD|
|since March 17, 2016||Astrid Klinkert-Kittel||SPD|
*: From the military government of the British zone of occupation used
**: Every seven days interruption from 1 November 1991 - he was appointed by the council to honor District 7 November 1996. At the end of his term - 7 November 1991, from 1 November 1996th
***: From November 2, 2001 to April 30, 2002 he was initially a volunteer, since May 1, 2002 he has been the full-time district administrator of the Northeim district (1st full-time district administrator after the end of the Second World War ). The first regular term of office expired on October 31, 2011. It was extended to October 31, 2013 by a district council resolution. The background was the now unsuccessful attempt to reform the district with the districts of Osterode and Göttingen. In the district election on October 6, 2013, he received 51.87 percent (2002 = 51.7%) of the votes cast and was thus re-elected as district administrator. The new term of office began on November 1, 2013 and was originally intended to last eight years. With effect from September 1, 2015, Wickmann resigned prematurely at his own request for health reasons.
Since the district administrator had a great deal of power without sufficient control during the National Socialist era, the British military government introduced the senior district director in 1946 as head of administration. Due to the dual leadership in the Lower Saxony municipal administration, the administration was temporarily not in the hands of the district administrators, who were henceforth honorary representatives of the district, but in that of the elected upper district directors. The reform of Lower Saxony's municipal constitutional law in 1996 resolved to abolish this dual leadership. In the Northeim district, this happened with the election of Michael Wickmann, who has been elected full-time district administrator since May 1, 2002.
List of senior district directors in the Northeim district:
|May 1946 - October 1946||Hartwig F. Ziegler *|
|November 1946 - October 1958||Erich Michel|
|November 1958 - October 1970||Friedrich Sauerwein|
|March 1971 - March 1977||Wolfgang Senger|
|April 1977 - September 1980||Udo Cahn from souls|
|October 1980 - April 1, 2001 **||Ralf-Reiner Wiese|
*: Appointed by the Military Government of the British Zone of Occupation
**: Re-elected March 20, 1992 for 12 years. In March 2001 Ralf-Reiner Wiese returned his office to the district council with immediate effect in order to then use partial retirement and the release phase from April 1, 2001 - February 28, 2002.
badges and flags
The blazon of the coat of arms reads: "In the shield split by blue and gold, two erect red-tongued lions facing each other in confused colors above a split base in equally confused colors." The coat of arms was approved on July 22, 1948.
The two lions stand for the two districts of Northeim and Uslar , from which the new Northeim district emerged in 1932. The right half corresponds to the right half of the coat of arms of the old district of Uslar. The lion represents the heraldic animal of the Welfs , who ruled over the local territory and the Duchy of Brunswick-Lüneburg for centuries .
The description of the flag reads: “The upper half is blue, the lower half yellow; in the middle the coat of arms of the district. "
Economy and Infrastructure
Accordingly and due to the appropriate soil structure , agriculture , forestry and livestock farming continue to contribute to the overall economic output and shape the cultural landscape of the district. In addition, numerous medium-sized industrial companies are located.
The district is an Objective 2 region of the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) . Since 2011 he has been a member of the Hanover-Braunschweig-Göttingen-Wolfsburg metropolitan region .
In the Future Atlas 2016 , the Northeim district was ranked 292 out of 402 districts, municipal associations and urban districts in Germany, making it one of the regions with a “balanced risk-opportunity mix” for the future.
The federal motorway 7 Hanover - Kassel runs through the eastern district in a north-south direction (4 junctions in the district) as does the federal highway 3 (Einbeck-Northeim-Göttingen). The federal highways 64 (Bad Gandersheim-Eschershausen) and 241 (Osterode-Northeim-Uslar-Warburg) run in a west-east direction through the district. Also the federal highways 445 (Bad Gandersheim-Echte), 248 (Seesen-Northeim), 446 (Hardegsen-Duderstadt), 497 (Schönhagen-Holzminden), 247 (Katlenburg-Eichsfeld).
There are two major rail junctions in the Northeim district.
In Kreiensen , where Brunswick territory intersected the Leine valley, an important railway junction was created. The Herzoglich Braunschweigische Staatseisenbahn opened its line from Braunschweig to here in 1856 and continued in the direction of Holzminden in 1865. Today the north-south route and the Altenbeken – Kreiensen railway intersect here .
The second junction in the Leinetal was created in the city of Northeim by routes of the Prussian State Railways . In Northeim, east-west connections intersect with the important north-south axis Hanover-Göttingen . This was built in 1854 by the Hanover State Railway . Since 1868 it has been in the direction of Herzberg - Nordhausen (" Südharz route ") and since 1878 in the opposite direction to Uslar / Paderborn (" Sollingbahn "). The Göttingen – Bodenfelde railway has been branching from this line since 1910 .
Local trains and individual ICE trains that stop in Northeim and Kreiensen run at least every hour on the old north-south route.
In addition to 1991 km by about 35 length is 1988 ICE - Rail Line Hanover-Würzburg added. This also runs in a north-south direction through the eastern district area as well as the old north-south route running parallel to it . The next stop on the ICE route is Göttingen .
Only a few branch lines were added to this network of main lines and have now been closed. The Braunschweigische Landes-Eisenbahn-Gesellschaft connected the city of Einbeck to the railway in the Leinetal in 1879; from there in 1883 the Ilmebahn ran the tracks to Dassel in the Solling. The section between Salzderhelden and Einbeck-Mitte was reopened for regular passenger traffic in December 2018.
From 1902 the Prussian State Railways connected Bad Gandersheim in a northerly direction with Hildesheim.
In 1899, the Osterode - Kreiensen district railway established a narrow-gauge connection to the neighboring district of Osterode.
Without the new DB line, the rail network in this district covered 184 km before 1958. Of these, a third (60 km) was shut down:
- 1958–1989 step by step: Uslar - Schönhagen (Han) 9.62 km
- 1967: Osterode - Goldbach-Marke - Kalefeld - Kreiensen 22 km
- 1975: Lamspringe - Gehrenrode - Bad Gandersheim 10 km and Einbeck Mitte - Dassel 14 km
- 1984: Einbeck-Salzderhelden - Einbeck Mitte (passenger traffic) 4 km (reactivated in 2018)
- 2002: Dassel - Markoldendorf (total traffic) 5 km
- 2004: Markoldendorf - Juliusmühle (total traffic) 2 km
Local public transport in the district is carried out with bus routes. All train and bus connections (with the exception of the above-mentioned ICE) belong to the VSN .
Cycle path network
The Europaradwanderweg R1 and the Leine-Heide-Radweg lead through the district. The Weserradweg runs in part on the western border of the district. A network of trails on the Solling is combined to form the Solling-Vogler mountain bike region.
|HELIOS Albert Schweitzer Clinic Northeim||Northeim||301||290||290||278||273||273||273||275||275||275||250||228|
until 2012 AWO Sertürner Hospital Einbeck
|HELIOS Clinic Bad Gandersheim
(formerly Evangelical Hospital Bad Gandersheim)
|Health Center Solling-Oberweser (GSO)
(belonged to the Lippoldsberg Clinic and Rehabilitation Center from 2006–2012;
previously: Albert Schweitzer Hospital Uslar)
On Sultmer Berg near the glider airfield, the Helios Group is building a new hospital from 2012 to 2014 for around 70 million euros, with 25 million euros in funding from the state of Lower Saxony . The area previously close to the city center will be given up and handed over to the city of Northeim for further urban development. For 2014, 265 beds are still planned in the new clinic .
There are also some rehabilitation clinics of the Paracelsus clinics ( Roswitha Clinic, Klinik am See, Klinik an der Gande ) on site.
Culture and sights
Numerous architectural monuments (→ Category: Architectural monument in the Northeim district ) and sacred buildings are also worth seeing . Examples testify to the architectural epochs in which they were built:
- Fredelsloh Monastery Church - Romanesque
- Sixtikirche Northeim - Gothic
- Eickesches Haus Einbeck - Renaissance
- Marienstein Church (Nörten-Hardenberg) - Baroque
- Einbeck town house - Rococo
- Michaeliskirche Dassel - Classicism
- Liebfrauenkirche Kalefeld - neo-Gothic
- Kreiensen station reception building - neo-renaissance
- Northeim Tax Office - Neoclassicism
- District House Northeim - Functionalism
A remarkably wide range of archaeological sites has also been proven in the district:
- Early medieval barrows (in the Winnefeld / Nienover forest; near Dassel; near Wachenhausen; over the Gandersheimer Gänsegrund) and hill fortes (over Negenborn / Volksen; Hüburg near Greene; Vogelsburg near Vogelbeck; Turmhügelburg Trögen )
- High medieval deserts ( Schmeessen and Winnefeld deserts in the non-parish area of Solling; urban desolation of Nienover )
- Excavation and partial reconstruction of the early modern forest glassworks on Lakenborn
The Regional Association of Southern Lower Saxony was founded as a registered association to maintain cultural institutions . Well-known museums are the blank smithy Neimke , the Fredelsloh pottery museum Keramikum and the portal to history . The Gandersheim Cathedral Festival is one of the nationally significant cultural events .
cities and communes
The number of inhabitants on December 31, 2019 in brackets.
- Solling (177.49 km², uninhabited)
The following table lists all former municipalities in the Northeim district and their current affiliation:
|Adelebsen||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district,
since January 1, 1973 Göttingen district
|Ahlbershausen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Allershausen||Uslar||July 1, 1968||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|ash||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|Barterode||Adelebsen||1st January 1973||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Behrensen||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
|Berka||Katlenburg-Lindau||March 1, 1974|
|Berwartshausen||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Bishausen||Norten-Hardenberg||March 1, 1974|
|Blankenhagen||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
|Bollensen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Bühle||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Delliehausen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Denkershausen||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Dinkelhausen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Eberhausen||Adelebsen||1st January 1973||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Edesheim||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Ellierode||Hardegsen||June 1, 1970|
|Elvershausen||Katlenburg-Lindau||March 1, 1974|
|Elvese||Norten-Hardenberg||1st February 1971|
|Peas||Adelebsen||1st January 1973||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Ertinghausen||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|Eschershausen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Espol||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|April 1, 1937
March 1, 1974
|until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Fredelsloh||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
|Fürstenhagen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Gierswalde||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Gillersheim||Katlenburg-Lindau||March 1, 1974|
|Grossenrode||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
|Güntersen||Adelebsen||1st January 1973||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Hammenstedt||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Hettensen||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|Hevensen||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|Hillerse||Northeim||July 1, 1970|
|Höckelheim||Northeim||July 1, 1970|
|Hohnstedt||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Imbshausen||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Kammerborn||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Katlenburg-Duhm||Katlenburg-Lindau||March 1, 1974|
|Kreiensen||Einbeck||January 1, 2013||until August 1, 1977 district of Gandersheim|
|Lagershausen||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Langenholtensen||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Lauenförde||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district,
since January 1, 1973 Holzminden district
|Lichtenborn||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|Lödingsen||Adelebsen||1st January 1973||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Lütgenrode||Norten-Hardenberg||March 1, 1974|
|Lutterbeck||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
|Lutterhausen||Hardegsen||June 1, 1970|
|Marienstein||Norten-Hardenberg||September 30, 1928|
|Nienhagen||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
|Nienover||Bodenfelde||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Open||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Oldenrode||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
Neuhaus , district of Holzminden
|January 1, 1962
January 1, 1973
|until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Slouch||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Schnedinghausen||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Schönhagen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Schoningen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Silberborn||Holzminden||1st January 1973||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Sohlingen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Sudershausen||Norten-Hardenberg||March 1, 1974|
|Sudheim||Northeim||March 1, 1974|
|Suterode||Katlenburg-Lindau||March 1, 1974|
|Thüdinghausen||Moringen||March 1, 1974|
|Troughs||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|Unterbillingshausen||Bovenden||1st January 1973|
|Ussinghausen||Hardegsen||March 1, 1974|
|Vahle||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Verliehausen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Vogelbeck||Einbeck||March 1, 1974|
|Volpriehausen||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Wachenhausen||Katlenburg-Lindau||March 1, 1974|
|Wahmbeck||Bodenfelde||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Wibbecke||Adelebsen||1st January 1973||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Vienna||Uslar||March 1, 1974||until October 1, 1932 Uslar district|
|Wolbrechtshausen||Norten-Hardenberg||March 1, 1974|
On July 1, 1956, the district was assigned the distinctive sign NOM when the vehicle registration number that is still valid today was introduced . It is still issued today. Since November 15, 2012, due to the license plate liberalization , the distinctive signs EIN and GAN of the former districts of Einbeck and Bad Gandersheim are available again.
- State Office for Statistics Lower Saxony, LSN-Online regional database, Table 12411: Update of the population, as of December 31, 2019 ( help ).
- District regulation for the province of Hanover (1884)
- Federal Statistical Office (ed.): Historical municipality directory for the Federal Republic of Germany. Name, border and key number changes in municipalities, counties and administrative districts from May 27, 1970 to December 31, 1982 . W. Kohlhammer, Stuttgart / Mainz 1983, ISBN 3-17-003263-1 , p. 203 and 213 .
- Law on the unification of the community of Kreiensen and the city of Einbeck , Northeim district . In: Nds. GVBl. No. 16/2012, issued on July 26, 2012, p. 268
- www.bürgerbegehren-northeim.de , accessed on May 8, 2012
- HNA, October 25, 2012
- HNA, February 11, 2013
- change agreement between the districts of Göttingen and Osterode am Harz (PDF), last accessed: February 1, 2014.
- Michael Rademacher: German administrative history from the unification of the empire in 1871 to the reunification in 1990. Northeim district. (Online material for the dissertation, Osnabrück 2006).
- Statistical Yearbook for the Federal Republic of Germany 1972
- Statistical Yearbook for the Federal Republic of Germany 1981
- Lower Saxony regional database
- District Northeim: Kreistag ( Memento of the original from May 14, 2011 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Retrieved August 23, 2012.
- The Federal Returning Officer: Wahlkreis 053 "Goslar - Northeim - Osterode" ( Memento of the original from September 22, 2009 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
- The Federal Returning Officer: Wahlkreis 047 "Hameln-Pyrmont - Holzminden" ( Memento of the original from May 17, 2011 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was automatically inserted and not yet checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
- 125 years of the Northeim district: District administrators and senior district directors of the Northeim district (PDF; 33 kB) ( Memento of the original from May 14, 2011 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
- The District Administrator ( Memento of the original from October 31, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. Website of the district of Northeim.
- District Northeim: The District Administrator ( Memento of the original from May 14, 2011 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link was inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
- Lower Saxony Ministry of the Interior and Sport: Farewell District Administrator Wächter and Oberkreisdirektor Jahn . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
- Video: 125 years of the Northeim district - the film . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
- District Northeim: Signing the partnership certificate ( Memento of the original from May 14, 2011 in the Internet Archive ) Info: The archive link has been inserted automatically and has not yet been checked. Please check the original and archive link according to the instructions and then remove this notice. . Retrieved March 19, 2011.
- Zukunftsatlas 2016. Archived from the original ; accessed on March 23, 2018 .
- State Office for Statistics Lower Saxony, LSN-Online regional database, Table 12411: Update of the population, as of December 31, 2019 ( help ).
- Municipal directory 1910: District Northeim
- Territorial.de: Northeim district