This is man v. nature because Lyddie had to face a black bear that came into their cabin and she had to protect her family. According to page 2 it states that, "Lyddie glared straight into the bear's eyes, daring him to step forward into the cabin."
This is man v. self because Lyddie had to visit her brother Charles, but Charles was under the care of another woman which made Lyddie mad. According to page 37 it states that, " Charles was not their child, not even their apprentice. she felt the need to explain to the woman that Charlie belonged to her, but she couldn't figure out how."
This is man v. society because Lyddie had to face being judged by the people on the stagecoach. According to page 48 it states that, "And still, when the others weren't concentrating on keeping their seats in the swaying coach, they were looking at her- at her clothes especially. At first she was mortified, but the longer they rode, angrier she became. How rude they were, these so-called gentry."