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Hinshaw's Encyclopedia of Quaker Genealogy, 1750-1930 is, indeed, a great Quaker resource, but unfortunately he died before finishing it, so there are many areas not included. It is not only available at libraries, etc, but is on CD, and available for sale. I've had mine for years, and have long done lookups for others in it, as have many others. So, if you're interested in any particular resource, it's always a good idea to spend some time surfing the web...often you'll find what you're looking for online and through free lookups.
Hinshaw's has little on midwest meetings, but I think there is a lot available through Earlham College, in Richmond Indiana...anyone researching that area should check to see what's available through Earlham.