Jacob Krim – Migrations in the Americas. Part I.

The lore of Krim’s travels in the new world is mysterious. His vague footprints are scattered in both time and space, but persons of pure letters agree that his arrival can be traced back to the Spanish colonization of Mexico. During this time it is said that he founded the town of Jocotepec and therein graph theoretical knowledge flourished and prospered. But the Spaniards did not agree on this Krimean graph doctrine and hurled upon this town a fierce inquisition. To this day most history books deny the true origin of Mexico’s most bewitching and pulchritudinous township. Despite his all knowing dogma Krim and his followers had to flee the newborn settlement. Krim wandered in to the unknown…

Ian Whitehouse  –  Pennsylvania-Transylvania Friendship Organization

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One thought on “Jacob Krim – Migrations in the Americas. Part I.

  1. Stan

    Your means of story telling in this paragraph
    is truly nice, every one can without difficulty understand it! Could you please tell me more of the writings of Rau Cartuar?

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