In this picture, we have Betsy and Amelia fighting because Betsy wants to read and Amelia is forcing her to go on a walk. This shows a man v. man conflict because two characters are in conflict. A quote that supports this is from page 91, it states, " It was Betsy who spoke. "For pity's sake, Amelia where did you ever hear such pompous nonsense?" Amelia's face grew redder. "You are unbelievers and scoffers, and I don't see how I can continue to live in the same room with you." ... Amelia began to cry" (91).
This picture is showing a conflict of man v. self because she is debating with herself internally whether she should walk the trip or take the carriage. She wishes to save money but ends up taking the carriage anyways, and is unhappy with her decision. Because of that, it is showing Lyddie's internal struggle. "Handing over three of her precious dollars to the driver, she settled herself into a corner of the carriage. There were only two other passengers- a man and a woman who seemed to be married, though they hardly spoke to each other... Lyddie often wished she had saved her dollars and walked-rain or no rain. Surely she could have made it just as fast" (p. 47-48).
In this picture, we have Lyddie faced by a hungry bear. This picture shows man v. nature because a character in the story is faced by a challenge from the natural world and in this case, a bear. "At any rate, Lyddie looked up from the pot of oatmeal she was stirring over the fire, and there in the doorway was a massive black head, the nose up and smelling, the tiny eyes bright with anticipation" (p.1).