American Indian Places: A Historical Guide Book is a reference guide to 366 places that are significant to Indigenous Peoples of the United States. The guide is an interesting mix of information about the archaeology, history, and significance of each site. The guide has contributions by 139 Native American scholars as well as those by non-Native American archaeologists and historians. Organized into cultural region the guide covers the Plains, Southwest, Northeast, Southeast, and Far West. All entries are organized chronologically and include information about the location as well as cultural and historical information. Important essays begin each major culture region providing cultural and historical context. The essays written by Native Americans such as Suzan Shown Harjo, Frederick E. Hoxie, Clara Sue Kidwell, John Mohawk, Brenda Child, G. Peter Jemison, George Horse Capture, and Winona LaDuke. Some of the locations include Ganondagan State Historic Site in New York; Navajo National Monument in Arizona; Trail of Tears National Historic Trail; and Caddoan Mounds State Historic Site in Texas. The book contains maps, colour photographs, an index, and bibliography. Missing from this volume are the Indigenous Peoples of Hawaii and Alaska. This is a useful library resource that is part travel guide and part historic site reference guide.