Seven Valleys, PA – 17360
Heating Oil Delivery
Tevis Energy has been delivering heating oil next day or sooner to homes and businesses in Maryland and Pennsylvania since 1932. Family owned and locally operated, we take pride our longstanding reputation for outstanding customer service and superior fuel quality. All of which is delivered to you for a fair price.
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Seven Valleys is a borough located in York County, which is a part of that big, rectangular state called Pennsylvania! The area was settled by German immigrants who followed the Lutheran and Reformed faiths, which means that German tradition still runs strong in the local culture. A little over 500 people live in the Seven Valleys borough according to the most recent data taken from the area. The area is often called a basin due to its valleys and rolling hills, which inspired the name of the town. However, German was widely spoken in the community at the time of settlement in 1740, and so the German translation read “Das Siebenthal,” which referenced the seven valleys that could be seen from within the view of the borough. For approximately 150 years after settlement in 1740, the community of forty German families that begun the settlement had grown in size but had not forgotten their heritage. They continued to teach each generation about the faith, tradition and language they brought with them from their homeland, which included speaking the Pfalzer dialect.
English as a common language became popular by the end of the 1830s, when the railroad line was set to be introduced near the town. This meant that speaking English would be vital in order to engage in trade and travel throughout Pennsylvania and nationally. Once iron ore was discovered in Seven Valleys, the appeal to come there increased dramatically. It also dramatically increased the wealth of those who discovered, extracted and sold the ore. The Northern Central Railroad functioned as the main line for transportation and trade. It also carried President Lincoln’s funeral train, which passed by Seven Valleys as it headed to Harrisburg.