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Pomeroy Tucker (August 10, 1802 – June 30, 1870)[1] was a journalist and New York politician. Born in Palmyra, New York, in 1802, Tucker served an apprenticeship as a printer in Palmyra, became a contributor to the Canandaigua Messenger, and in 1824 established the Wayne Sentinel as a Democratic organ. He was elected as the Wayne County representative to the New York State Assembly in 1837,[2] and was for several years postmaster, and at one time a canal collector.[3] Tucker was employed as a printer for a time by E.B. Grandin, known for publishing the first order of the Book of Mormon, a sacred text of the churches of the Latter Day Saint movement. Tucker developed animosity toward Mormonism, and later authored Origin, Rise, and Progress of Mormonism, a book considered to have been the "most influential anti-Mormon work in [its] period."[4] Tucker died on 30 June, 1870.[3] References ^ Birth date from Anderson, Richard Lloyd (Spring 1969). "Circumstantial Confirmation of the First Vision Through Reminiscences". BYU Studies 9 (3): 381.,59. Retrieved 2009-12-17.  ^ Magill, Martha S. (2000). "State Assembly Representatives, Wayne, New York". USGenWeb. Retrieved 2009-12-17.  ^ a b Pomeroy Tucker, Famous Americans, 2009. ^ William O. Nelson (1992). "Anti-Mormon Publications". Encyclopedia of Mormonism. Macmillan Publishing Company. Retrieved 2009-12-02.  Persondata Name Tucker, Pomeroy Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1802-08-10 Place of birth Date of death 1870-06-30 Place of death