Barberville Central High School

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Barberville Central High School
Barberville Central High School is located in Volusia County
Barberville Central High School
Location Barberville, Florida
Coordinates 29°11′0″N 81°25′23″W / 29.18333°N 81.42306°W / 29.18333; -81.42306Coordinates: 29°11′0″N 81°25′23″W / 29.18333°N 81.42306°W / 29.18333; -81.42306
Built 1920
Architect Francis Miller
Architectural style Frame Vernacular with Colonial Revival and Craftsman elements
NRHP reference # 92001838[1]
Added to NRHP February 3, 1993

The Barberville Central High School (also known as the Pioneer Settlement for Creative Arts) is a historic school in Barberville, Florida, United States. It is located at 1776 Lightfoot Lane. On February 3, 1993, it was added to the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

Pioneer Settlement for Creative Arts[edit]

Barberville Pioneer Settlement The Pioneer Settlement for Creative Arts is an open air village is located on the grounds of the Barberville Central High School. Since 1982 the museum has moved many historic structures to the grounds[2] including:

  • Pierson Railroad Depot (c. 1885)
  • Astor Bridgekeeper's House (c. 1926)
  • Turpentine Comm./Store (c. early 1900s)
  • Turpentine Still (c. 1924)
  • Pottery Shed (c. 1920s)
  • Lewis Log Cabin (c. 1875)
  • Midway United Methodist Church (c. 1890)
  • Huntington Post Office (c. 1885)
  • Quarters House (c. 1920s)
  • Pastime touring boat (c. 1910)
  • The Joseph Underhill House (c.1879) The oldest known brick residence in Volusia County. Currently undergoing stabilization/restoration.

Other structures have been built on site to demonstrate historical trades including a print shop, wheelwright shop and carriage house, a woodwright shop, and a blacksmith shop.


  1. ^ National Park Service (2010-07-09). "National Register Information System". National Register of Historic Places. National Park Service. 
  2. ^ About

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