Jacob Krim – Migrations in the Americas. Part III.

In the latter half of the eighteenth century Krim returned to the westernmost continent, hearing the people there were in uproar. He enlisted in the 6th company of the Northampton Militia and fought under the great Capt. John Trexler.  While he did not choose to be a military leader himself, he kept the moral of the men high, sharing his knowledge on boolean algebra and graph theory.

The war ended, the Krimean Militia the victors! Krim himself however had disappeared, nowhere to be found. Rumours were many, but most of his followers believed he had more important works in other, far away, lands.  It is however known that before he vanished he bought land and restarted his academy, hoping to continue the work he previously had abandoned in the fair town of Jocotepec.

It is not known for how long the academy lived, some say it still does!

Ian Whitehouse – Pennsylvania-Transylvania Friendship Organization

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