As Century entered the 1950's changes were imminent. The mill would end its dictatorial control over the town. Edward Hauss resigned from the mill after fifty-two years. The residents in the mill quarters were allowed to buy the property where they resided. In 1957, the mill was sold and a new management team was in charge. This management was responsible for the continued livelihood of the town.


The Black Experience in Century

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