"The Don Carlos Homestead site is located in the northern part of Moniteau County and was occupied from 1828 to the 1950s by the Don Carlos family, whose heritage traces back to Spanish royalty. All that currently exists of the site includes remnants of the original cellar, a wagon, water pump, and cistern. The land the site occupies has been owned by only two families in its nearly 200 years of occupation, providing ideal circumstances to learn more about the original settler family." --From poster
Boston, Christine E. and Brooks, Michelle, "Don Carlos Homestead Archaeological Excavation" (2018). Social and Behavioral Sciences Faculty Research. 1.