"Just back up slow and quiet to the ladder and climb up to the loft." (Pg. 1)
Man vs. Self
"You can go and be back in no more than a couple days at most." (Pg. 36)
Should I go or not?
Man vs. Man
"If it's Diana Goss, She's a known radical, and Amelia is concerned-"(Pg. 67)
I'll be fine.
This is Man vs. Nature because in this scene, Lyddie is shown shocked by a bear inside her mountain cabin. Lyddie is representative of 'Man', while the bear is 'Nature'.
This is Man vs. Self because Lyddie is allowed to go home for a little bit because the mistress isn't at the tavern, but she doesn't want to shirk her duty and leave, so she has to decide, and is fighting with herself.
This is Mana vs. Man because Lyddie is fighting with Amelia and Betsy over whether she should go to Diana's cabin, because Lyddie might get drawn into the society Diana is in, the Female Labor Reform Association, and get in trouble for protesting the hours they work at the mill.