Fannette Island, Emerald Bay State Park, is the only island in Lake Tahoe, USA. Lake Tahoe itself is split roughly vertical between California, West, and Navada, East. Over a long period of time, Fannette Island has called many different names, including Coquette, Fanette, Baranoff, Dead Man's, Hermit's, and Emerald Isle. The island contains what is left of "Tea House", a building constructed by the owner of Vikingsholm, Mrs. Lora Josephine Knight. 201304261870
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