In 2000/01, I think we paid $1100 for six months of pre-natal visits, the birth attendance and one post natal visit (it was suppose to be two post-natals, but we both got really busy around the time of the 6 week check-up and it went to the wayside. It was my second child, so I was not that concerned). We purchased about another $50 worth of "birthing supplies" from a list she gave us (piddle pads, gauze, oil, etc.), so in all we were charged less than $1200. My midwife had a sliding scale at the time, and we were short of funds. She now charges a flat $1800 (I think) per birth with everything listed above included.
All that said, my insurance (BC/BS) was SUPPOSE to pay for the birth. They assured me during the pregnancy that homebirth was covered and there would be no problems filing an insurqance claim. They backed out after the birth and refused to pay. So, we had to pay out of pocket. She was gracious about it and gave us ample time to come up with the money (thank you tax return
Edited to add: my insurance paid for an OB/GYN consult and ultrsound when we thought I might be having twins, so that was an additional cost above her fees. But since insurance covered it, I don't know how much it cost off hand.
Also, in 1995 when my older son was born we paid $2000 for the entire birth ($1000 for the pre-natal, delivery and post natal visit with CNM, $1000 for the hospital stay). We started out with no insurance, but got insurance part way through the pregnancy, so we ended up only paying for the visits that were pre-insurance. The rest of the pre-natal visits and the hospital stay were covered by our insurance.