This is Man vs Nature because Lyddie has a conflict with an inhuman object, Lyddie is injured by the loom on page 102 "Before she could think she was on the floor, blood pouring through the hair near her right temple".
This picture shows man vs. society because Diana wants to change the way girls are treated in the mill, but all the others in the mill are against her. This is apparent on page 69 "our crime has been to speak out for better working conditions...yes, why,then,should the operatives fear us...the nature of slavery to make the slaves fear freedom".
This picture shows man vs. man because Betsy and Amelia are arguing. On Page 91 it states, "It was Betsy who spoke, For pity's sake, Amelia. Where did you ever hear that nonsense...You are unbelievers and scoffers, and I don't see how I can continue to live in the same room with you."