This 160 acre allotment of Netta Track that Eagle-Picher made famous was bought
by O. J. McConnell (The one that started Cardin) then sold to O. J. Picher.
This was made possible by the fact that Netta Track was adopted by the Quapaw tribe.
Blood Quapaws weren't allowed to sell their property for 25 years (later extended)
after allotment.