Two miles south of Imperial on "El Camino Real" is Barnhart, Missouri. Many early settlers with names such as Moss, Stites, and Harris lived in this locale, but the town was not named until after the Frisco Railroad was completed in the early 1900s. It is said that because Mrs. C. L. Barnhart donated some land for the Frisco Railroad Depot, the town was named for the Barnhart family.

Most of the Barnhart CDP is in the Windsor C-1 School District, while a portion of the CDP is in the Fox C-6 School District.[6] A southwestern portion of the wider Barnhart area is assigned to the Dunklin R-V School District.[7]

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