What are some major (widespread) styles of western boxing and what are the features of these styles?
I am not talking about styles in the sense of "in-fighter", "out-fighter", "brawler", etc... which describe a given fighter's tendencies during a fight.
I am talking about regional styles, country styles, and styles originating from a given stable or chain of boxing gyms (a lineage, in the gung fu sense, if you will). For instance, someone once tried to explain to me what "Philly style" boxing was. I have very good reason to doubt that this person knew what they were talking about, but I've heard enough people say "Philly style" that it leads me to believe there is such a thing (and it's not a sandwich).
All the boxing I've ever done has been what I've thought of as "vanilla" boxing. Maybe everyone thinks of their style this way, despite the unique features that they've unwittingly inherited from their teacher. Basically, I'm looking for the "chocolate" and "strawberry" of the boxing world, to extend the metaphor.
UPDATE: To better explain the information I'm trying to gather, I would consider the "Peek-a-boo" boxing style (popularized by Mike Tyson) to be a distinct boxing style, insofar as it is not unique to one boxer, in that it has unique features that set it apart from other styles of boxing, and in that it was inherited from a certain, individual trainer or group of trainers (in this case, Cus D'Amato). That is to say, that it is passed on, or inherited by a group of people.