Kelly Wiedemer lost her job in the financial sector at the start of the recession almost three years ago. She says the problem now is that she has been out of work for so long, many employers won’t even give her resume a second look. Also in this episode, 150 years ago, the first shots were fired on Fort Sumter, S.C., sparking the start of the U.S. Civil War. In 1998, there were still two women living who had married former soldiers from the Civil War. Daisy Anderson and Alberta Martin were young when they married and the men were much older. Before Daisy and Alberta died, producer Joe Richman worked with Radio Diaries to document their stories.