The First Presidency were waited upon at their office this morning by Bro[ther]. J. E. King, a Cherokee Indian belonging to the Church, who had been visiting his tribe also the Otto Indians. ... Bro[ther]. King reported that he had baptized all of White Horse's band, also 86 Wahtangos in Oklahoma. The Ottos he said were on their way to Mexico, where they had bought lands, having sold their possessions because the Government officials required them to give up their plural wives. This they refused to do, and hence their migration.
[Source: First Presidency and Quorum of the Twelve minutes]