The years have passed, but our Thanksgiving traditions have remained mostly the same — or at least, just as festive! Take a peek at Turkey Days from 1910 to today.
Primary school children sit for a photo in 1910 before a Thanksgiving meal in their classroom.
A group of children dressed up for a Thanksgiving pageant pose for photo in 1910.
In 1918, New York City hosted men in service by feeding those in a uniform Thanksgiving dinner.
A farmer chats with a fashionable woman, handing her a turkey in front of a car in the 1920s.
Three chefs hold up Thanksgiving platters of pies, apples and a turkey in 1922.
In this 1929 Thanksgiving Day Parade, which officially brought Santa Claus into New York City, a 35-foot fish balloon is followed by a 60-foot tiger balloon.
A 1930s housewife pulls a turkey in a "Savory" pan out of the oven and smiles for the camera.
Surrounded by a pair of maids and a wishbone replica, a woman holds a turkey that will be given to President Franklin D. Roosevelt for Thanksgiving Day.
President Franklin D. Roosevelt smiles and laughs during Thanksgiving dinner with his family.
A giant clown balloon goes for a stroll at the 1941 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
In 1942, American troops in London threw a Thanksgiving party for 200 British children at the U.S. headquarters.
A mother, father and young girl sit down for their Thanksgiving dinner in 1945.
A grandfather holds his grandchildren, while their grandmother removes a roast turkey from the oven, circa the 1950s.
As her family says grace, a young girl ravenously eyes the Thanksgiving turkey in front of her.
A family removes a deliciously cooked Thanksgiving turkey out of the oven in 1960.
The Rockettes break into their signature kick line at the 1964 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
The Rockettes, clad in sparkly green, perform in the 1966 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
During the 1970 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade, announcer Joe Garagiola stands in front of a parade pony at the Macy's flagship store.
Kindergarten students perform in a Thanksgiving pageant at their school circa 1978.
Singer Diana Ross waves from atop The Daily News' Big Apple float in the 1979 annual Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade.
Dancers from the Stetson float kick up their skirts in the 1981 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Host Regis Philbin poses during the 1981 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
Mary Gross and Jim Belushi perform in a Thanksgiving Day skit on "Saturday Night Live".
In a 1993 episode of "Saved By the Bell," actors Tiffani Thiessen, Dustin Diamond, Anne Tremko and Mark-Paul Gosselaar act out a Thanksgiving scene.
President Bill Clinton stands with the annual Thanksgiving turkey as he pardons the bird.
Hosts Katie Couric and Matt Lauer speak during the 2000 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
An Uncle Sam balloon makes its way down Broadway during the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
Actress and cook Katie Lee volunteers to serve Thanksgiving dinner at the New York City Rescue Mission in 2008.
Vice President Joseph Biden hosts wounded warriors for an early Thanksgiving Dinner at his residence.
Fans and alumni of the University of Michigan watch their team at half time during the traditional Big Ten game over the Thanksgiving holiday in Ann Arbor, Michigan.