Kerry Hardy will present “Governor Bernard’s Road Over Megunticook” on Sunday, November 19, at 2:00 pm at the Camden Public Library. Governor Bernard was the British governor in Massachusetts during the end of the French and Indian War when Maine was still part of Massachusetts. In 1764 Bernard created a road from the fort in Thomaston to the fort in Stockton Springs, which history has it went over Mount Megunticook. The road fell into neglect during the American Revolution and vanished back into the wilderness. The talk will be accompanied by a map from the Walsh History Center Archives. “The map is truly a must-see treasure,” says Ken Gross, History Center Director.