A listing of known artisans (alive & deceased), compiled for research purposes.

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Artisan NameC. (Henry) Cantrell
Artisan CategoryHunting bags and powder horns
Artisan Bio

Charles (Henry) Cantrell, a hunter and woods runner since youth, has been involved in living history and experimental archaeology since the 1970's. He has been a life long student of 18th and 19th century history and material culture. He crafts horn and antler work, shot bags and other accoutrements, as well as handsewn hunting shirts.

Henry is a veteran U.S. paratrooper and retired peace officer. He, and wife Annie, currently reside in southwestern, OH . Together they run Otter Creek Frontier Arts where his work is available.


CompanyOtter Creek Frontier Arts
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Image GalleryImage Gallery
Address55 Westhaven Dr.
Troy, OH 45373
United States of America
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