Johnny Tremain

Evaluate Mr. Lapham as a master to his apprentices?

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Mrs. Lapham's father-in-law and the owner of the silversmith business. He is sometimes referred to as "Grandpa Lapham." He is extremely pious and serves as the deacon at Cockerel Church. As he has gotten older, he has become withdrawn and less interested in the business, which means Johnny often has to make decisions. This doesn't help to teach the apprentices.