"We'd be bound to give the money to her.' 'No. We always done that and look where it's got us." (pg. 10) This example shows man vs. man because Lyddie and Charlie are fighting to decide what to do with the calf money.
"Then, just at dusk, the sky opened, and it began to rain-not light spring showers, but cold, soaking torrents of rain." (pg. 47) This shows man vs. nature because she is walking through a storm and battling nature.
"I wish you wouldn't keep saying things like 'creation' and 'ey', Lyddie.' 'Only the new girls from Vermont speak like that." (pg. 67) This conflict represents man vs. society because Lyddie is the only girl who speaks with an accent while all the other girls speak properly and she doesn't know what to do.