In Unit 4, weeks 28-32 use chapter numbers in the reading assignments. Beginning in week 33 and to the end (week 36) page numbers are used. Because it's in chronological order and the subject matter is pretty narrow, it's fairly simple to figure out what week 35 and week 36's reading is.
My problem is that my copy of This Country of Ours goes straight from the end of the Revolutionary War (week 32, ch. 63) to life after the Constitution (week 35, ch. 64) and does not appear to even cover the Constitution in any way, shape, or form. This seems really odd to me. When I looked up the table of contents online, my version jives with theirs. This Country of Ours does not appear to address the Constitution.
My question: what then are the readings (p. 416-428) that are listed on the reading assignment chart for weeks 33 and 34?
Okay, I got it! I went to yesterdaysclassics.com, looked at that table of contents, and saw that the reading assignments stretch chapter 64 over three weeks while I was assuming chapter 64 was done in a single week. My mistake. I see now why ToG went to page numbers instead of chapters, since these are parts of chapters rather than entire ones. Thanks for your patience...