most middle Virginia and up into northern
The best places to look for arrowheads are creeks, river beds or plowed fields and construction sites. The most diverse area to look is at a campsite.
My experience finding arrowheads was to walk the creek beds.
No, marble is difficult to find, almost impossible to shape and it does not hold a sharp edge. Flint, obsidian and chert are the main types of stone used for arrowheads - most tribes ceased production of such arrowheads as soon as white traders offered metal ones instead.
Native Americans used arrowheads to make arrows and spears for hunting.
Arrowheads look like a triangle with the pointy head pointing away from the body.
Well arrowheads are on the end of arrows which are shot from a bow usually for killing people or animals, but sometimes for sport.
In the mountains