I found a pretty interesting article about a weird Thanksgiving tradition from the past. About 100 years ago, kids didn't go trick-or-treating on Halloween, they did it on Thanksgiving. It was called "Thanksgiving Masking." Kids would dress up as beggars and hobos, wear masks and go door-to-door for candy and pennies. No one's exactly sure when it ended, but it lasted in some areas through the 1920s.