In the book, it says, "Don't break nothing, she begged silently. They couldn't afford to replace any of the household goods." (p. 3) This shows a conflict between man and nature because Lyddie is the man and the bear is the nature threatening to destroy some goods.
This shows man vs. man because Lyddie and Charles argue about where to keep the money the heifer buys. The book says, "'We'll get a good price for it.' 'We'd be bound to give the money to her.' 'No.'" (p. 10)
Man vs. society is shown in Lyddie because the people in the stagecoach stare at her, mainly her clothes. The book says, "They were looking at her-at her clothes especially. At first she was mortified, but the longer they rode, the angrier she became." (p. 48)