Those are Quivers.
The Southerners called them Carpetbaggers, because they usually carried Gladstone bags made with carpet material.
depends what country, America has Indians there are also scouts, who train to live/survive on the land
The name Kate is a Greek name.
The female name Ivonne comes from Germany. It is the German form of the name Yvonne. The name comes from the medieval name Ivo, which means "yew."
The name Queenie is a variation of the Old English name, Cwen. Queenie is used as a pet name of the word Queen.
Archers carry a container called a quiver on their backs to keep their arrows within arm's reach.
The person is called a Porter.
A Quiver is used to hold arrows and it is attach to the bow. You can also get side quiver that you wear around your waist.
The name given for a container for arrows is called a quiver.
Artemis shoots arrows.
A group of arrows is referred to as a "set" of arrows. Sets of arrows are usually sold by the dozen (12), but sometimes are sold by the half-dozen (6). Sometimes a set of arrows is called a quiver (the same name as the container that holds the arrows). Another name for a "quiver" of arrows is a "sheaf" of arrows, especially when referring to large numbers of (more than one dozen) arrows. In Mediaeval times (i.e., the "Middle Ages"), particularly during the Hundred Years' War between England and France (A.D. 1336-1453), military archers would carry bundles, or "sheafs", of arrows, consisting of twenty-four (24) arrows per sheaf. Because of the huge numbers of arrows needed for each battle, those arrows were made as inexpensively and as quickly as possible; as with any mass-produced commodity, the quality of the item(s) produced tends to suffer. It is believed by some that today's cheap, lower-quality mass-produced arrows should also be called "sheaf" arrows, to help differentiate them from higher-quality custom-made arrows (but that is, after all, a matter of opinion).
Money Bags's birth name is Eric Smith.
The person making the arrows is a fletcher.