Ningguta jilüe 寧古塔紀略 is a short book from the early Qing period 清 (1644-1911) on the city of Ningguta 寧古塔 (today's Ning'an 寧安, Heilongjiang) written by Wu Zhenchen 吳振臣 (b. 1664), original name Suhuan 蘇還, courtesy name Nanrong 南榮, whose family hailed from Wujiang 吳江, Jiangsu. His father was exiled in 1657 to Ningguta (hence the name Suhuan, meaning "return to Jiangsu"), where the family lived until 1681 before they returned to the south.
Wu finished his book in 1721. It is based on his own observations, but he certainly also consulted written sources. The book describes the geography, climate, flora and fauna, population, their customs and habits, and the administration of the region with great detail, and is of great historiographical value, particularly with regards to the customs of the Manchus and Hezhe 赫哲族 (in Russia known as Nanai) tribes. Not all statements are quite correct.